WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 19-year-old Weston man has been sentenced to 16 years in prison for sexually assaulting three young boys, online court records say.
Brandon McCloy was convicted of three felony counts of repeated first-degree sexual assault of a child after pleading guilty in May in return for two other felonies being dismissed, according to online Marathon County Circuit Court records.
During Monday's sentencing, Circuit Judge Michael Moran ordered that McCloy serve 14 years of extended supervision after he is released from prison, online records said.
McCloy received 534 days credit on the prison sentence for time he spent in jail after being charged in June 2012, records said. Moran ordered him transferred to a state prison in Waupun.
According to the criminal complaint, McCloy admitted to sexually assaulting three boys under the age of 10, telling investigators he wasn't trying to hurt the children and he wanted help for his issues.