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Sentencing slated for ex-Colony developer

Patrick Parkinson, Of the Record staff

A man who helped develop a luxury, slope-side community near The Canyons is scheduled to be sentenced Thursday for three felonies related to sexual abuse of a child.

In February, sentencing was delayed for Keith Kelley, who is in his 60s.

The crimes to which Kelley pleaded guilty occurred in 1988, said Steve Walker, a spokesman for the district attorney in San Diego County, Calif.

Kelley was recently employed as vice president of the Iron Mountain Associates development firm, which built The Colony.

Kelley pleaded guilty Nov. 13, 2008, to three crimes related to the abuse of a 14- or 15-year-old boy, according to Walker.

The victim revealed the allegations recently to police.

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Sentencing for Kelley in California is expected to occur April 23 at 1:30 p.m., Walker said.

A telephone number listed for Kelley in the Park City telephone book has been disconnected. For each crime Kelley pleaded guilty to he could spend up to three years in prison, according to Walker.