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Sentencing date set for man convicted of abusing orphans in Kenya

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OKLAHOMA CITY, OK (KSWO) -A sentencing date has been set for the Oklahoma man convicted of sexually abusing children at a Kenyan orphanage.

Matthew Lane Durham of Edmond is set to be sentenced March 7. He faces up to 120 years in prison.

Prosecutors have recommended Durham be given the maximum sentence.

Durham was convicted summer 2015 on seven counts of abusing the children who ranged from the age of five to 15.

However, a judge recently overturned three of those convictions.

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