A young Kingman man who engaged in sexually explicit communication with an eleven-year-old girl in 2013 is going to the Arizona Department of Corrections. Brandon Bolt, 21, pled guilty January 13 to luring a minor for sexual exploitation and attempted sexual exploitation of a minor under the age of 15. Deputy Mohave County Attorney Greg McPhillips told the court that Bolt was aware the eleven-year-old was a minor when he communicated with her on Facebook. He said Bolt also sent to the girl a picture of his own anatomy. Additionally, McPhillips said investigators found on Bolt’s cellphone a picture of two young girls posing naked, in a sexually explicit manner, in a bathtub. Terms of the plea agreement required Mohave County Superior Court Judge Lee Jantzen to impose prison term between five and ten years at sentencing February 17. Jantzen can also place Bolt on probation for life following prison.