An Ada man convicted by a Pottawatomie County jury in January on three county counts involving a child pornography case has been formally sentenced and is jailed in Shawnee awaiting transfer to the Department of Corrections.

An Ada man convicted by a Pottawatomie County jury in January on three county counts involving a child pornography case has been formally sentenced and is jailed in Shawnee awaiting transfer to the Department of Corrections.

James Hampton Smith, 32, was sentenced Wednesday in Pottawatomie County District Court on three counts — manufacture of child pornography, child sexual exploitation and engaging in human trafficking, all felonies.

Smith received 20 years with the Department of Corrections in the manufacture charge, a life sentence for the child sexual exploitation charge and 15 years in prison for the human trafficking count, with all sentences running consecutively one after the the other.

The formal sentencing concurred with what the jury recommended in January.

First Assistant District Attorney Adam Panter said the case involved soliciting of an infant in exchange for methamphetamine.

Another defendant in the case, Carmita Mae Obryant, 23, of Konawa, is already in prison after pleading guilty last year. She was charged with the same counts and was sentenced in April 2017 to 20 years in prison in the first count and she received 25 years in each of the other two counts, with those sentences running concurrently.