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Former Miami Twp. Finance Director sentenced for child sex crimes

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WEST CHESTER, OH (FOX19) -

The Former Miami Township (Montgomery County, Ohio) Finance Director was sentenced Thursday after pleading guilty to sex charges involving two underage victims.

Harry Steger, 49, will spend six years in jail and will be labeled a lifetime sex offender.

In January, Steger pleaded guilty to one count of gross sexual imposition and one count of attempted sexual imposition.

Documents state that from May, 1, 2104 to May, 18, 2015 Steger had sexual contact with a child under the age of 13.

Steger is a resident of West Chester, court documents show. 

According to his LinkedIn account, Steger was the Finance Director for the City of Loveland from October of 2007 to November of 2011.

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