OAKLAND -- A federal judge sentenced a San Ramon man to 15 years in prison on Monday for distributing child pornography over the Internet.
U.S. District Court Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong additionally sentenced Clyde Craig to 10 years of supervised release, and ordered the 56-year-old to register as a sex offender and complete a sex offender treatment program.
The sentence followed a plea deal Craig struck with prosecutors in January, in which he admitted to distributing 111 images and two videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct, according to the U.S. attorney's office. His home computer contained at least 600 such images, according to the plea agreement.
A federal grand jury indicted Craig in July 2012 after an FBI investigation. Before the plea agreement, he faced a maximum of 60 years in prison.
In 1984, Craig was convicted of oral copulation of a victim under 14 years old. He was sentenced to 180 days and three years probation.