A 20-year prison term has been imposed for a former elementary school librarian who entered a plea agreement for sex offenses he committed upon six young boys in Bullhead City. The punishment Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen imposed January 21 was mandated in the deal convicting Michael Oakleaf, 43, of one count of child molestation and five counts of attempted child molestation. Prosecutor Doug Camacho said three of the victims were Oakley’s adopted brothers and three others were foster children of his parents. The crimes, mostly involving improper touching activity, occurred between 2005 and 2012, involving victims four to 12 years of age. Attorney Andrea Whitney informed the Court that she represents some of the child victims. Judge Jantzen said he found it odd that she indicated some of the kids wanted to maintain contact with Oakley. Nonetheless, Judge Jantzen said communication between the convict and the kids is allowed, provided the kids initiate the interaction.