New Jersey sex offender admits child endangerment

A registered sex offender in New Jersey has admitted enticing a juvenile to create and send him a sexually explicit video.



Prosecutors say 49-year-old Sherman Miller of Atlantic City sent sexually explicit images of himself to children between the ages of 9 and 14 in Texas, Michigan, Georgia, Massachusetts, California, Missouri, South Carolina and Mississippi.



Miller on Tuesday pleaded guilty to child endangerment.



Under terms of a plea agreement, Miller would have to serve little more than 10 years in prison before he'll be eligible for parole and will face parole supervision for life when he's sentenced in May.


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