Report: Greensboro pastor, former teacher sentenced sex case

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PRINCE GEORGE, Va. — A Greensboro pastor and former teacher pleaded guilty on Friday in Virginia court to using a computer to solicit a former student for sex.

The Office of the Attorney General of Virginia told the Greensboro News & Record Lloyd Terrell Alston, 32, of Greensboro was sentenced to one year in state prison after pleading guilty on Friday.

According to the report, Alston once taught at N.B. Clements Junior High School in Virginia. After leaving the school, he allegedly used social networking sites and text messages to engage in sexually explicit conversations with a former student.

The girl then showed the messages to her father, who then reported the messages to Virginia State Police.

After he is released from prison, he will face three years of supervised probation and will be required to register as a sex offender.

Source: Greensboro News & Record

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