A Pottawatomie County jury on Thursday deliberated for two hours to decide three guilty verdicts for an Ada man standing trial in a child pornography case.

A Pottawatomie County jury on Thursday deliberated for two hours to decide three guilty verdicts for an Ada man standing trial in a child pornography case.

The trial for James Hampton Smith, 32, began Monday in Pottawatomie County District Court.

He was charged with three counts — manufacture of child pornography, child sexual exploitation and engaging in human trafficking, all felonies.

A jury was seated Monday and testimony began on Tuesday.

After deliberating about two hours late Thursday afternoon, the jury returned with convictions in all counts.

For the manufacturing count, the jury recommended Smith should serve 20 years in prison. In the child sexual exploitation charge, the jury recommended a life sentence. A 15-year prison term was suggested in the human trafficking count.

A pre-sentence investigation was ordered and formal sentencing for Smith will be held on Feb. 21.

Smith is jailed in the Pottawatomie County Public Safety Center.

The trial was held before District Judge John Canavan.