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A former LPL Financial-affiliated advisor who ran a $1.4 million Ponzi scheme was sentenced to 63 months in prison in North Carolina on Monday.

Charles Caleb Fackrell, who pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud in April 2016, must also serve three years under court supervision after his release from prison and pay close to $820,000 to about 20 victims of his scam, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District of North Carolina.

The former advisor has pleaded guilty to stealing from a family that owned three trusts that he managed.

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