DALLAS (AP) — Prosecutors say an ex-Oklahoma City man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for online encounters that he thought would lead to sex with Texas girls.
A federal judge in Dallas on Wednesday afternoon sentenced 36-year-old Andrew Dale McKee. McKee in October pleaded guilty to transferring obscene material to a minor.
McKee last April contacted a 14-year-old Dallas-area girl via Facebook and texted her a sexually explicit photo and messages. Prosecutors say McKee asked her to find another girl to also have online sexual conversations and eventually meet.
A Garland police officer assumed the online identity of the real girl and a fake second youth.
Prosecutors say McKee was arrested April 26 when he used public transportation to travel to Garland to meet the second girl for sex.