If you’re going to accuse your husband of downloading child pornography to the family computer, you might not want to get him kicked out of the house before you try to frame him.

Meri Jane Woods was convicted of a felony count of sexual abuse of children/possession of child pornography and a misdemeanor count of lying to law enforcement Tuesday, the Indiana Gazette reported.

It’s a story TheBlaze has been following since last year.

“She download[ed] in excess of 40 images of different acts of child pornography to the family computer, took it to the state police and said, ‘My husband downloaded all this porn,’” District Attorney Patrick Dougherty said.

Investigators found that the images Woods claimed her husband sought out were date-stamped between Aug. 11 and 14, 2013, which meant they were downloaded after Woods’ husband had been forced out of the house by a protection-from-abuse order.

Now Woods faces two years in jail and a $5,000 fine for the misdemeanor, the Gazette reported, while the felony conviction could bring up to seven years in prison and a $15,000 fine.

She was convicted by a jury of six men and six women, the Gazette noted, and her sentencing was scheduled for December 15.

This story has been updated.

(H/T: Raw Story)

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