By Associated Press - Monday, October 26, 2015

LITTLETON, N.H. (AP) - A Littleton man has pleaded guilty to selling fentanyl to a man who later died from using the powerful painkiller.

Attorney General Joseph Foster and Littleton Police Chief Paul Smith say 54-year-old Michael Millette pleaded guilty Monday to selling a controlled drug that resulted in a death, along with other drug charges.

Police say Millette was a significant drug dealer in the Littleton area and sold fentanyl to Edward Martin III in 2014. Martin died from using the drug.

Millette was sentenced to 10 to 30 years in prison with 2-½ years suspended off the minimum because he accepted responsibility. For the sentence to be reduced, he also has to avoid any drug related disciplinary actions while in prison and maintain good behavior after he’s released.

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