ELLICOTT CITY, Md. (WJZ)–A  peeping Tom has been found guilty in Howard County Circuit Court in Ellicott City.

Michael McKenney entered a guilty plea Tuesday morning.

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The judge sentenced him to 30 years with all but 11 years suspended.

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He will have 5 years probation.

He also has to consent to a search of his computer by parole and probation once he is out.

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He was found guilty of three counts of third-degree burglary, one count of placement of a camera in a private residence for surreptitious surveillance and one count of prurient intent conducting visual surveillance of another person in a private place without the consent of that person.