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Eric Campbell Sr. (PHOTO: Henrico Police)

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) –  A Highland Springs man who printed “inappropriate pictures” at an in-store photo kiosk will spend more than 10 years in prison. A Henrico judge sentenced Eric Sebastian Campbell, Sr., 39, to 50 years in prison, but suspended all but 11 of those years, according to the Henrico County Clerk’s Office. Campbell will be on probation for 99 years after his release.

Police arrested Campbell last fall when he printed pornographic pictures of children at a Laburnum Ave. drugstore.

Campbell, who was listed on the Virginia State Police Sex Offender Registry prior to this arrest, was convicted in military court in 2004 on charges of sodomy with child and indecent liberties with child. The Virginia State Police Sex Offender Registry also listed Campbell convicted of aggravated sexual battery in 2003 in Henrico Circuit Court.

Judge James Yoffy ordered Campbell to stay away from places where children play, according to a report in the Richmond Times Dispatch.