Kentucky ex-basketball coach convicted of player's sodomy

A man who co-founded and coached a local basketball program in Kentucky has been convicted of sodomizing one of its teen players

RADCLIFF, Ky. -- A man who co-founded and coached a local basketball program in Kentucky has been convicted of sodomizing one of its teen players.

News outlets report 43-year-old Corvell Conley was convicted Friday and acquitted of his initial charge of third-degree rape.

The jury recommended Conley serve four years in prison on the charge, which is punishable of up to five years. He would be eligible for parole after a year. Sentencing is set for January.