BALTIMORE (AP) — Federal prosecutors say a Millersville man is facing sentencing for fabricating military and academic credentials to get jobs as a teacher and trainer.
A judge will sentence William Hillar on Tuesday in Baltimore.
Prosecutors say Hillar falsely claimed to be a retired colonel with Army special services and to have earned a doctorate in health education.
Hillar pleaded guilty in March to wire fraud and agreed to pay more than $170,000 in restitution.
The U.S. attorney’s office says in a sentencing memorandum that federal sentencing guidelines call for a sentence between 21 and 27 months and Hillar should receive a sentence at the high end of that range.