The defendant pleaded guily to two felonies: obtaining and having a counterfeited alien registration card and transferring five or more phony identification documents. The documents were counterfeit federal permanent resident cards, Social Security cards, and drivers' licenses.
For his guilty pleas, he was sentenced to 15 months in prison. After serving his time, the defendant, a U.S. legal permanent resident, will be removed from the United States, leaving behind his wife and nine children.
The other two defendants from the raid, the manager and foreman, were found guilty of misdemeanors.
For the entire story, see "Man gets 15 months in illegal alien scheme," The Pueblo Chieftain (January 29, 2008).