Anchorage Superior Court Judge Michael Corey sentenced an Anchorage man to four years in custody with two suspended on a single count of attempted online enticement of a minor. 

Fue Lor, 26, is also ordered to serve five years of supervised felony probation and register as a sex offender for 15 years. 

Lor was arrested in April 2017 after responding to an ad on a website. The ad was posted by an undercover Cyber Crimes Unit detective; in it, the ad poster asked for "help" with his "little cousins" that recently arrived in Anchorage who were described as "nympos." [sic] The ad also described the female minors as "clean petite and young". 

The Attorney General's Office says Lor responded to the ad and inquired about the fees for specific sex acts he'd like performed by the girls. On April 26, Lor agreed to meet at a hotel for the purpose of having sex with the "girls." He was instead met by the Anchorage Police Department and FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force. The AG's Office says Lor had both condoms and cash in his possession at the time of his arrest. 

"I'm sorry to commit a horrible crime. I don't blame anyone but myself," Lor said at his sentencing. 

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