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LAWTON, Okla.  — Comanche County’s Emergency Management Director, who is charged with engaging in inappropriate sexual conduct with a 14-year-old boy, has been fired from his job.

KSWO reports that Comanche County Commissioners voted unanimously Monday to fire Clint Wagstaff, 61,

According to KSWO, Chloe Lewis has been named as interim director.

Last week, the Lawton Police Department arrested Wagstaff .

He’s now facing four felony charges including forcible sodomy, lewd acts in the presence of a child, soliciting and engaging in sex with a minor, and exposing a minor to sexual material.

The mother of the victim says she learned about the abuse through explicit messages found on Facebook.

If convicted, Wagstaff could face up to 80 years behind bars.

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