A person who on the time of his arrest was a principal at a Moreno Valley highschool has been sentenced for molesting a boy in San Bernardino County.

Sean Michael McMurray, 43, of Riverside, was sentenced Jan. three to 365 days in jail and three years probation, in accordance with San Bernardino County Superior Courtroom information. McMurray was given credit score for 261 days time served, and with the addition of the legally required credit score of half these days, he was launched from custody that night time, county jail information present.

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On Dec. 4, McMurray pleaded no contest to 2 felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a toddler ages 14 or 15. As a part of a plea cut price, one rely of that very same cost, and two counts of misdemeanor sexual battery have been dismissed.

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The sufferer, who was not a pupil at any of the colleges the place McMurray labored, informed investigators in Yucaipa that McMurray sexually abused him on a number of events from 2013 to 2015.

McMurray was principal of March Mountain Excessive, a 300-student continuation faculty within the Moreno Valley Unified College District, when he was arrested April 18. He was then positioned on administrative go away. McMurray was a trainer within the Banning Unified College District when the allegations have been made in opposition to him in February.

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A 2008 Press-Enterprise picture reveals McMurray, then Banning Unified’s pupil companies coordinator, presenting certificates of appreciation to Banning cops for his or her work with youth within the metropolis.

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