Former Anchorage Teachers Sentenced to 13 Years in Prison

A former Anchorage high school choir instructor will serve 13 years in prison after being convicted of two counts of sexually abusing a minor.

Christopher More was sentenced to a 25-year term Friday, but the judge suspended 12 years.

More was accused of having sexual relations with two of his students at West High School.

More apologized and asked Judge Philip Volland for leniency before sentencing.

He pleaded guilty to the two counts in March, and prosecutors agreed to drop four other charges.

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