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An East Brunswick man has been sentenced to 20 years in state prison for sexually assaulting four boys on separate occasions reports nj.com

Michael Roberson, 43, was sentenced Friday by a Superior Court judge in New Brunswick who ordered Roberson to serve 85 percent or 17 years of the sentence before he is eligible for parole.

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said Roberson pleaded guilty in July 2015 to three counts of aggravated sexual assault and one count of sexual assault, admitting he sexually assaulted three of the boys on various occasions between January 1992 and 2008. He also admitted improperly touching a fourth child on one occasion.

One boy was 7 years old when he was sexually assaulted and the others were assaulted over a number of years from the time they were as young as 8 years old, Carey said. In one of the cases, the assaults continued until the child was 17, he said.

The prosecutor said one of the children was sexually assaulted at Roberson’s home when he lived in Monroe Township. He said the others were assaulted at either of two homes in East Brunswick.

Roberson was arrested and charged on July 7, 2014 after one of the victims told police he had been sexually assaulted as a child.

The investigation into Roberson was conducted by county Investigator Colin Feneis and Detective Crispin Farrace of the East Brunswick Police Department. Roberson reached his plea agreement with Middlesex County Assistant Prosecutor Lisa Miralles Walsh.

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