A judge sentenced a man convicted of child molest and human trafficking to 55 years in prison Tuesday.
A Howard Superior Court 2 jury convicted Adam McNally, 37, last month of Class A felony child molest, B felony promoting human trafficking and D felony dissemination of material harmful to a minor.
Judge Bran Parry sentenced McNally to 45 years on the A felony with five years suspended, 18 years with five years suspended on the B felony and two years executed on the D felony. Parry then ordered the sentences to run consecutively.
The suspended term will be served on supervised probation with the condition he register as a violent sex offender for life.
McNally was convicted of abusing a 14-year-old girl in 2012, having sex with her, watching pornography with her, and talking her into having sex with two of his friends.
One of those men, Tony Moore, pleaded guilty in Howard Superior Court 2 to a Class B felony charge of criminal deviate conduct and was sentenced last year to 15 years, with eight years in prison and the balance on probation. As a condition of his probation, Moore also was ordered to register as a sex offender.