When Stonington, Conn., resident and former Pfizer executive Alan J. Hesketh was convicted of distributing child pornography, the one punishment he probably didn’t expect was paying restitution.

But in a decision drawing national attention, U.S. District Court Judge Warren W. Eginton for the District of Connecticut has ordered Hesketh to pay $200,000 to one of the girls, now 19, whose images Hesketh downloaded and distributed.

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