A 24 year old Warm Springs man has been sentenced to 188 months in federal prison for sexually abusing two young girls on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. Wednesday, Bryson Sutterlee, 24, was sentenced by a U.S. District Judge. According to court statements, he lived in a Warm Springs residence with his grandmother and other family members. Sutterlee abused two of his female relatives; one was under the age of 12, the other was under the age of 16. Assistant U.S. Attorney Craig J. Gabriel says this 15 year sentence is "serious time." Gabriel: "The federal penalties for sexual abuse are severe, and Mr. Sutterlee will spend nearly the entire 188 months in prison. He will be allowed a certain amount of time off for good behavior, but there is no federal parole; so he can expect to serve almost all of that time in federal prison.” The judge said the victims showed "great courage" in testifying in this case.