WASHINGTON (AP) — A former Washington private school teacher who was captured in Nicaragua after a year on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted" fugitives list is scheduled to be sentenced in a child pornography case.
Eric Toth's hearing is set for Tuesday in Washington.
Toth's lawyer says he should spend 22 years in prison. A prosecutor has asked he be sentenced to 30 years.
Toth fled Washington in 2008 after images of child pornography were found on a camera he had used while a teacher at Beauvoir, a private elementary school.
The FBI added Toth to its Most Wanted list in 2012. He filled a vacancy created by Osama bin Laden's death.