RAWLINS, Wyo. (AP) — A Rawlins man has admitted to selling and distributing cocaine for 10 years in Carbon County.

Fifty-six-year-old John Sanchez pleaded guilty on Tuesday to conspiracy to deliver cocaine under a deal with prosecutors.

Under the deal, the Rawlins Daily Times (http://bit.ly/yKGVeH ) reports that Sanchez will be sentenced to seven to 10 years if he testifies against his alleged co-conspirators. However, he would get between 14 and 20 years in prison if he refuses to cooperate.

Two men from Johnstown, Colo. and seven Rawlins residents have been charged in connection with the Sanchez case.