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A former North Carolina superior court judge was arrested Sunday and charged with two felonies and two misdemeanors after allegedly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl.

Daniel Ray Green, 64, who is now a real estate attorney and has a private law practice, was charged with first-degree statutory sex offense with a child.

The other felony charge was for disseminating obscene material to a minor by watching pornography with the child, while the misdemeanors were for giving alcohol to a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a juvenile.

The incident reportedly took place at a hotel in Asheville.

A spokesperson for the local police told the Asheville Citizen Times that the young girl was "known to the suspect prior to the incident."

Green was released from jail after posting $75,000 bond, according to WSOC, an ABC affiliate in Charlotte.

Green, who faced a judge on Monday, faces life in prison if convicted. His court date is April 22.

Green in 2018 was named the North Carolina Bar Association’s Citizen Lawyer of the Year.