After being found guilty of molesting teen boys in her home throughout 2017 and 2018, Christina Greer, 38, finally learned her sentence on Monday. Greer was sentenced to 64 to 102 years in prison for sexually assaulting boys, twelve years old and thirteen years old, after weakening their resistance with alcohol and marijuana edibles. The attacks on the young boys occurred inside Greer’s home while her daughter was hosting sleepover parties with friends.

During the times of the attacks, Greer’s daughter was an eleven-year-old girl and was ignorant of what her mother was doing. Greer was found guilty by a Sarpy County jury of her peers on three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child, six counts of felony child abuse, and two counts of witness tampering, according to Daily Mail. Now she will need to face her prison sentence that ensures she will be behind bars until she is in her nineties.

Greer was arrested by police officers in Nebraska after someone made a report that she was having sex with one of her victims from September 2017 to December 2017. When a Sarpy County sheriff’s deputy interviewed the victim, who was thirteen, the boy admitted that he had sex with Greer three separate times inside her home during the sleepover parties. Greer lived in the Chalco Hills Recreation Area of Nebraska.

Following her arrest, another victim came forward. This boy told police his story in January 2019 and had similar allegations against the molester. In August 2019, Greer was slapped with an additional charge for child enticement.

“Having sex with an adult female is thought of, ‘That’s the cool kid of the group,’” said Sarpy County Deputy Attorney Phil Kleine. “It’s just not the case in these situations. They’ve been bullied, transferred schools multiple times. It’s just unfortunate they have to continue to deal with it.”

During her sentencing hearing on Monday, Greer put on the waterworks and cried because she was “so ashamed and sorry” for what she did to the little boys.

Greer also confessed that she “failed” at her motherly duties because she did not protect the children – but instead hurt them with her acts of sexual abuse.

“Now our victims are 15, 16 years old,” Kleine said. “One of them just got a driver’s license. Now they’re going to have to deal with this rest of their lives. Any relationship will have trust issues due to what she did to them.”

The victims in the case – and Greer’s daughter – have not been publicly identified because they are all minors. However, Greer’s daughter testified in court and explained how her mother told her not to tell anyone about the sexual assaults going on inside the house. The daughter confessed that she caught her mother and a boy kissing in one of the rooms.

The jury found Greer guilty after just three hours of deliberation.

“We’re immensely pleased,” Kleine said. “It’s been three years, a harrowing experience for the families, for the victims. It’s been a roller coaster of emotions. Just immensely proud of the victims, in this case, to be able to stay on course and still testify.”