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Tucson man sentenced to 173 years in prison for sexual abuse of minor

Eric Alvarez (Source: Pima County Attorney's Office) Eric Alvarez (Source: Pima County Attorney's Office)
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

A Tucson man was sentenced on Monday, Sept. 26, to 173 years in prison for sexual abuse of a minor.

According to the Pima County Attorney's Office, Superior Court Judge Casey McGinley sentenced Eric Alvarez to 35 life sentences and four 17-year sentences in the Arizona Department of Corrections.

On July 28, a jury found Alvarez guilty of one count of continuous sexual abuse of a minor, three counts of sexual conduct with a minor under 15, and three counts of sexual exploitation of a minor under 15.

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According to the county attorney's office, Alvarez serially molested his female victim for seven years. Alvarez also filmed and photographed the abuse. Evidence of the filming was found on his computer hard drive. A photograph of a sexual act was also found on the SD card of his cellphone.

All sentences are to run consecutively.

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