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WACO (AP) — A Hillsoboro man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison after his infant son suffered 17 broken bones while in his care.

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Juan Francisco Medina Ortiz  was convicted of felony injury to a child and two counts of felony aggravated assault. Ortiz was sentenced Friday in Waco for the August 2012 abuse involving his then 2-month-old son.

Doctors testified the baby had injuries consistent with beatings, such as yanking and twisting motions. All of the injuries were discovered when the child was being treated for a broken arm.

Authorities say the boy had to undergoing months of physical therapy as part of his recovery.

Ortiz was also fined $100,000.

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