An Oklahoma jury has found a LeFlore County man guilty on several charges of sexual abuse and neglect.
The LeFlore County District Attorney's office tells Fox News Edge that James Haskin was convicted Friday afternoon on nine counts of neglect and three counts of sexual abuse of a child.
A jury recommended a sentence of 245 years for the man.
Haskin and his wife Lucinda were arrested in November of 2011 after one of their nine children reported she and her siblings had been abused by James Haskin.
According to Asst. District Attorney Margaret Nicholson, Lucinda has pleaded no contest to nine charges of neglect and to three charges of enabling the sexual abuse of a child.
The couple will both be formally sentenced on February 22.
For more history on this case, including why investigators were at one time searching for the body of an infant reportedly buried near the Haskin home, CLICK HERE.