WASHINGTON – Two more teenage boys have been sentenced in a Fairfax County sexting case.
The Washington Post reports both were ordered to perform 100 hours of community service with 30-day suspended sentences.
A third teen was sentenced Wednesday to three days in the Juvenile Detention Center.
The West Springfield High School students were accused of making cellphone videos of themselves engaging in drunken sex acts with teenage girls without the girls’ consent.
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