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Former high school principal sentenced for molesting San Bernardino County boy

A man who at the time of his arrest was a principal at a Moreno Valley high school has been sentenced for molesting a boy in San Bernardino County.
Sean Michael McMurray, 43, of Riverside, was sentenced Jan. 3 to 365 days in jail and three years probation, according to San Bernardino County Superior Court records. McMurray was given credit for 261 days time served, and with the addition of the legally required credit of half those days, he was released from custody that night, county jail records show.
On Dec. 4, McMurray pleaded no contest to two felony counts of lewd and lascivious acts with a child ages 14 or 15. As part of a plea bargain, one count of that same charge, and two counts of misdemeanor sexual battery were dismissed.
The victim, who was not a student at any of the schools where McMurray worked, told investigators in Yucaipa that McMurray sexually abused him on multiple occasions from 2013 to 2015.
McMurray was principal of March Mountain High, a 300-student continuation school in the Moreno Valley Unified School District, when he was arrested April 18 . He was then placed on administrative leave. McMurray was a teacher in the Banning Unified School District when the allegations were made against him in February.
A 2008 Press-Enterprise photo shows McMurray, then Banning Unified’s student services coordinator, presenting certificates of appreciation to Banning police officers for their work with youth in the city.

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