VANCOUVER ─ A man convicted of abusing young boys in Thailand has been handed a three-month jail sentence in British Columbia for breach of recognizance.
Christopher Neil — known internationally as Swirl Face for digitally altering his identity using a swirl effect — was handed the sentence in B.C. Provincial Court in Richmond on Tuesday.
Neil was given 42 days credit for time served.
The 39-year-old was convicted of breaching conditions that he not have access to the Internet and is in custody awaiting trial on charges that allegedly occurred in Cambodia, including two counts of sexual touching and two counts of invitation to sexual touching.