Two teenage boys were found guilty Thursday in Fairfax County Juvenile Court on felony charges related to surreptitiously producing cellphone videos of themselves engaged in drunken sex acts with teen girls.
Judge Thomas P. Mann ordered each teen to perform 100 hours of community service and imposed 30-day suspended sentences. Mann said that if the two teens engage in a civic project to better the community, he would consider reducing the felony charges to misdemeanors.
In April, the teenagers pleaded no contest to the charges in exchange for testimony against a third boy who also took part in the acts.
The teens sentenced on Thursday received lesser punishments than the third teenager, a 16-year-old who on Wednesday was ordered to serve three days in the Juvenile Detention Center.
In the end, all three were found guilty of unlawfully producing videos of non-consensual minors. Originally, they faced more serious child pornography charges.