Real Walter White (Not 'Breaking Bad') Deals Meth, Sentenced to 12 Years

Walter J. White, left, was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison for dealing methamphetamine. | Bryan Cranston, right, in character as Walter White on AMC's television show "Breaking Bad." (Credit: Police Handout | Frank Ockenfels/AMC)

"Breaking Bad" lives on … sort of.

A Montana man named Walter Jack White, 53, was sentenced on Monday to nine years in federal prison for "possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine."

The judge added three years to his sentence for a firearms conviction, making his term a total of 12 years behind bars.

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Senior U.S. District Judge Don Molloy said White was responsible for 32 pounds of meth, calling that quantity "extraordinary," reports the Billings Gazette.

"Thirty two-and-a-half pounds of methamphetamine coupled with guns and violence is about as serious as you can get," Molloy added. Before the sentencing, White pleaded guilty to possession of the meth and two firearms and received a plea deal. He was arrested in March.