Central Texas Teen Sentenced For Daycare Child Sexual Assault

A Central Texas teenager convicted of sexually assaulting a 4-year-old child at a home daycare is headed to prison.

Greg Kelley in court. (File)

GEORGETOWN (July 17, 2014) Greg Kelley, 19, of Leander has been sentenced to 25 years in prison after a Williamson County jury found him guilty of two counts of super aggravated assault stemming from the molestation of a 4-year-old boy at a home daycare.

Kelley was sentenced to 25 years on each count, but will serve the sentences concurrently with no chance of parole in a sentencing plea deal.

Kelley accepted the deal during the penalty phase of his trial Wednesday in Georgetown.

The 25-year prison term was the minimum possible sentence.

Kelley was convicted Tuesday night.

The 4-year-old victim told his parents that Kelley molested him.

Kelley was staying with a classmate in 2013 at the house in Cedar Park where prosecutors say the victim was abused twice.

Kelley, who denied the allegations, is a former Leander High School football player.

Jurors acquitted Kelley of indecency with a child by contact in an incident involving another 4-year-old boy at the center.

The "super" aggravated assault count involves a child younger than 6.

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