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MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- A former Twin Cities real estate agent convicted of mortgage and identity fraud has been sentenced to 15 years in prison Fifty-four-year-old Larry DMaxwell could have been sentenced to about 10 years, but Judge Regina Chu said Thursday his "total lack of remorse" made the longer sentence appropriateShe also fined him $500,000 Maxwell must also pay full restitution to lenders for the $2 million worth of fraudulent loans Prosecutors say Maxwell was the dealmaker in nine property deals stretching from Bloomington to Blaine, in which he obtained loans using fraudulent documents Maxwell had argued that he was misled by others One victim told the court Maxwell had used his name on mortgage documents, causing him to lose his retirement savings and good credit. wnad_52.load(); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol2done'); if (Worldnow.EventMan) Worldnow.EventMan.event('WNCol23done'); wnad_43.load(); wnad_44.load(); Most Popular StoriesMost Popular StoriesMore>>UPDATE: Names released in fatal shooting in Northwest RochesterUPDATE: Names released in fatal shooting in Northwest RochesterRochester police are on the scene of a fatal shooting in Northwest Rochester. More >>Rochester police are on the scene of a fatal shooting in Northwest Rochester. More >>Rochester Women's Shelter asks community for helpRochester Women's Shelter asks community for helpThe Women's Shelter and Support Center — formerly known as Women's Shelter, Inc— in Rochester is seeking donations. More >>The Women's Shelter and Support Center — formerly known as Women's Shelter, Inc— in Rochester is seeking donations. More >>Bizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandsonBizarre battle over body of Charles Manson won by grandsonUpdated: Tuesday, March 13 2018 11:48 AM EDT2018-03-13 15:48:01 GMT

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