NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Authorities say a New Jersey man who twice threatened to kill people at a high school and conspired to send a bomb to a judge's home is now headed to prison.
Essex County prosecutors say John Coulouris received a seven-year sentence Friday.
The 19-year-old Hackensack man used fake Facebook accounts to threaten to kill everyone at Livingston High School on two separate occasions in September 2016. One account was created in his ex-girlfriend's mother's name.
Coulouris also impersonated his ex-girlfriend, her parents and a Livingston police detective online. And he conspired with hackers to send a bomb to an Essex County judge's home.
Coulouris pleaded guilty to two counts of cyber harassment and invasion of privacy for posting a nude photo of his ex-girlfriend online and one count of terroristic threats for offering money to kill his ex-girlfriend's mother.