Skull Duggery Sent To Prison On Child Pornography Charges
The rapper will serve six years for possession of child porn.
Skull Duggery, a rapper who was signed to No Limit Records in the ‘90s, has been sentenced to six years in prison for possession of child pornography, Baton Rouge, Louisiana’s The Advocate is reporting. In 2009, while carrying out a warrant issued on suspicions of drugs and weapons possession at the home of Skull Duggery, born Andrew Jordan, police found images that are described as portraying “rape and sexual abuse of children,” on Jordan’s computer. They also recovered several weapons and marijuana.
This past Monday the rapper pleaded guilty to the charges and received sentencing of six years, though he was facing up to twenty years. Jordan’s sentence carries no possibility for parole, probation, or sentence suspension. He had previously been convicted of drug violations and “indecent behavior with a juvenile.”
Skull Duggery released two albums for No Limit, 1996’s Hoodlum Fo’ Life and 1998’s These Wicked Streets. The latter climbed all the way to number 21 on the Billboard Top 200. He released to records independently after leaving No Limit in 1999, 3rd Ward Stepper in 2000 and Controversy in 2003.