Home confinement revoked for man serving child porn sentence
A former state Child Protective Services worker charged with possession of child pornography earlier this year will serve his sentence in prison rather than home confinement after violating his rules.
George Anderson, 38, of St. Albans pleaded guilty to four counts against him and was allowed to serve his four-year sentence on home confinement. But two weeks after beginning that sentence Anderson was arrested and taken to South Central Regional Jail. A prosecutor said Anderson had a computer and modem, plus two cell phones with Internet access in his home, which were forbidden by the judge.