Altman, the former manager of Sam's Cellar, admitted in open court that he had received and distributed child pornography.
A federal grand jury indicted Altman June 16, 2015 after law enforcement officer executed a search warrant at Altman's home after he was identified in an undercover investigation into child pornography distribution through file sharing software. Officers seized Altman's laptop, which contained child pornography images and videos.
Altman will serve his sentence at a prison in Littleton, Colorado. After he is released, he will be under supervised probation for 10 years, according to court records.
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