- Associated Press - Monday, December 22, 2014

SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - A Scottsbluff man convicted in a child pornography case has been sentenced to prison.

Online court records say James Larive on Friday was given five to 10 years for visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct and a consecutive sentence of two to four years for possession of pornography. Larive had pleaded no contest after prosecutors dropped other felony counts.

The Nebraska State Patrol says Larive was arrested in March after sharing the porn files. Investigators say they found more than 200 files of porn on his computer.

Online court records say Larive will turn 30 on Tuesday.

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