A Glendive man convicted of possessing child pornography will spend five years in federal prison.

U.S. District Judge Susan Watters on Monday sentenced Jordan Campbell-Zorn, 23, to five years with 10 years of supervised release.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office recommended the five-year term. Campbell-Zorn faced a maximum of 10 years in prison under the statute.

Defense attorney Jay Lansing recommended one year and a day in prison.

Campbell-Zorn pleaded guilty July 25 to a charge of possessing child porn. He was originally indicted on charges of receipt of child porn.

The prosecution said that in April 2013, FBI agents searched Campbell-Zorn’s residence and seized two computers and other computer-related items from his bedroom. A search of the equipment found 1,047 images and 352 video files containing child porn.

Watters continued Campbell-Zorn’s release and allowed him to report to custody when he gets his prison assignment.

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