Pensacola man sentenced for role in 2016 internet sex sting

A man arrested in September of 2016 as part of a Northwest Florida internet sex sting has been sentenced.
Sean McKinley, 31, of Pensacola will serve six months in jail, receive five months probation and must register as a sex offender.
McKinley's charges include transmitting information harmful to minors and using a communication device to facilitate a felony.
Kenneth Bruner, who was arrested during the same sting, will be sentenced next month.
Twenty-two sexual predators were arrested as a result of the sting, known as "Operation Undertow."

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