A Mills woman faces up to 35 years in prison after pleading guilty Friday to photographing herself sexually abusing two young children and texting the images to a man. Kelly Kay Turner admitted in court to taking pictures while she molested an month old girl and a young boy. In previous statements to police, Turner claimed she took the photos at the request of a man living in rural Natrona County. Turner, 26, entered guilty pleas in Natrona County District Court to charges of manufacturing child pornography and first-degree. In exchange, prosecutors agreed to limit their sentencing recommendation to no more than 35 years in prison. Nor will they pursue additional charges related to the case, Assistant District Attorney Joshua Stensaas said. In addition, Turner would have to testify against a co-defendant if necessary. Stensaas did not identify that person in court. Prosecutors have filed seven charges against Jonathon Cummins, the man who allegedly received the text messages. Turner appeared in court wearing shackles and a yellow jail uniform.
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