GREENWOOD, Ind. (WISH) - A Greenwood man accused of not telling his sexual partners he was infected with HIV was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison for two of his charges.
Tony Perkins had pleaded guilty to the two charges of failure to warn. He was sentenced for a year and a half for each charge, and they'll be served consecutively. Perkins will be credited for 546 days he's been in jail.
Perkins faces 15 additional charges — 14 for failure to warm, and one for possessing child pornography. For those charges, he'll face a jury trial preliminarily set for Feb. 21.
Perkins had tried to change his guilty plea on the two charges, but a judge denied it.
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