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Exeter man sentenced for putting sexual encounter of young girl on YouTube
Stephens expressed no hesitation about giving up his right to trial at the time and accepted the terms of the plea agreement, according to Delker.
Prosecutors said Stephens met a 14-year-old Massachusetts girl at a local beach in May 2011 and later made a video of her having sex with a 15-year-old boy at a cottage in Hampton. Stephens, then 19, used a laptop camera to record the encounter and posted the video on YouTube.
Assistant County Attorney Patricia Conway said she agreed that Stephens had failed to meet the legal burden to withdraw his plea.
“There was some back and forth, and we had many discussions on this case,” she said.
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