Three days ago, a new grad from the prestigious St Paul’s school in New Hampshire, 19-years-old, who had been preparing to head off to Harvard learned, instead, he could be heading to prison for quite awhile.

While a jury found Owen Labrie not guilty of felony sexual assault of a then-15-year-old freshman at his school they did find him guilty of four misdemeanor charges of having sex with an underage girl and a felony charge of using a computer to lure a minor. In the end, he could be sent away for as much as a decade. And he’ll be required to register as a sex offender for life.

Earlier, Labrie had turned down a plea deal that would have meant no sex offender registration and he went through a few lawyers over the course of his case. The last, J.W. Carney, of Whitey Bulger Trial fame.

Criminal Defense Attorney J.W. Carney discusses the New Hampshire prep school rape case.