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(KSL News) A man convicted in a decade-old sexual abuse case will be transferred to the Utah State Prison today.
Nicholas Charlton was convicted of molesting three girls in 1996 while on picnics and camping trips with their families.
But he wasn't arrested until this year after one of the victim's mothers found a diary entry about the abuse.
Charlton's sentences will run concurrently with other sentences he currently is serving.