TOWSON, Md. (AP) — A Maryland man has been sentenced to prison in the sexual assault of a girl inside a roller rink.

Kadeem R. Santiful apologized in Baltimore County Circuit Court on Friday as he was given 20 years, with 10 suspended. He’ll get credit for 17 months already served.

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Santiful, 19, pleaded guilty last May to second-degree sex offense in the 2010 assault at Skateworks, a Woodlawn roller rink.

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He’s one of three defendants. Court records show one defendant has entered an Alford plea — in which a defendant doesn’t admit guilt but acknowledges sufficient evidence for a conviction — to second-degree sex assault after a jury either acquitted him or deadlocked on more serious counts.

The Baltimore Sun reports the girl says she’s been harassed and taunted by classmates.

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