Georgia minister sentenced for selling drugs out of his home

A Georgia minister convicted of selling drugs out of his home will serve a decade behind bars.

Cedric Manior, 44, was sentenced Friday by a federal judge in Savannah.

He was arrested last year after drug agents raided his home in Rincon.

He was convicted in August of conspiracy charges related to dealing cocaine and illegal gun possession.

Manior was sentenced to ten years in federal prison