Avetta faces up to 30 years in prison and fines up to $250,000 on each production charge, KTVI reported. The receipt charges carry a 20-year maximum sentence each. The online enticement charge warrants a sentence between 10 years and life imprisonment.
According to Lang, Avetta, persuaded a 16-year-old to visit him at his trailer in Catawissa by pretending to be a cancer patient who needed a caretaker. They had sexual contact, the Post-Dispatch reported. Avetta then convinced a 15-year-old to have sexual contact by saying it was his "dying wish" to be with another male, Lang said.
Avetta will sentenced on Nov. 8, KTVI reported.