HILLSBOROUGH, N.C. — Andrew Dalzell, who spent time in a Carrboro jail on murder charges that were eventually dismissed, was indicted Tuesday by an Orange County grand jury on charges of sexual exploitation.
Dalzell faces six counts of third-degree sexual exploitation of a minor.
He had been charged with the 1997 killing of Deborah Key after Carrboro police said he confessed to the murder.
But Carrboro police admitted using fake court papers and a phony warrant to elicit Dalzell's confession, and a Superior Court judge threw out the confession in January.
The district attorney's office dropped the murder charges in June.