Law & Order Director Jace Alexander Gets 10 Years Probation in Child-Porn Case

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TV director Jace Alexander has been sentenced to ten years’ probation after being convicted of possessing child pornography, the Associated Press reports. Alexander — who directed 32 episodes of Law & Order, as well as installments of The Blacklist, Rescue Me, and Burn Noticepleaded guilty to two child-porn charges in January. Though Alexander avoided the maximum sentence of seven years in prison, he must register as a sex offender. Five days after his arrest last August, Alexander resigned from his position as second vice president of the Directors Guild of America.

Director Jace Alexander Sentenced for Child Porn