Church youth leader sentenced to 60 years in Georgia molestation case
WGXA / Bibb County
Jack Lance Hutcheson

via WGXA:

MACON, Ga. -- (WGXA) -- Bibb County jurors found a former Monroe County church youth group leader guilty of four counts of child molestation and two counts of enticing a child for indecent purposes on Thursday.

Jack Lance Hutcheson, 34, was sentenced to serve 60 years -- 25 of them in prison. Hutcheson must serve 20 years before he’s eligible for parole.

Chief Assistant District Attorney Nancy Scott Malcor and Assistant District Attorney Jason Martin presented a category of evidence dating to 2009.

Speaking after the trial, Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney David Cooke said, “As Chief ADA Malcor said in the trial, Mr. Hutcheson was a false prophet in sheep’s clothing. He used his position as a trusted adult to act out his perversions on impressionable young boys. With this sentence, he won’t be able to hurt another child for a very long time.”

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