TULARE (AP) — A central California mother convicted of having sex with two teenage boys has been sentenced to four years in prison.

The Fresno Bee reports 42-year-old Coral Lytle, of Tulare, was sentenced Monday and taken into custody.  She had entered guilty pleas on the 21 felony charges she faced in early October.

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Lytle wept as she was placed in handcuffs and several of her friends and supporters in the courtroom also cried.

Lytle will have to register as a sex offender for life. She chose not to speak during the sentencing.

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Family members of the victims, who were 14- and 15-year-old high school freshmen at the time of the crimes, lashed out at Lytle.

One of the mothers of the victims told Lytle her name will always be equated with “a sex offender and rapist.”

The families are not being identified because the boys are victims of sex crimes.

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