CLOVIS, N.M. (KFDA) - A Clovis man already serving an 18-year sentence was sentenced to 45 years more on Thursday for battery and sexual penetration charges.
The Ninth Judicial District Attorney's Office says the two sentences for Joshua Jackson, 31, will run consecutively. The charges stem from a domestic violence incident in April 2015.
Jackson will also have to register as a lifetime sex offender. His current sentence was for crimes committed against the same victim in this case, according to court records.
In February, a Curry County jury found Jackson guilty of two counts of sexual penetration and three counts of aggravated battery on a household member and criminal sexual contact.