A Rochester man has pleaded guilty to conspiring to engage in money laundering activities.
Brian Campbell, 74, worked at an employment staffing company that created false invoices and other documents and sold them to finance companies in the Rochester area.
If a company realized it had been sold uncollectible invoices, Campbell and his boss, Kenneth Griffin would change the company's name.
Those involved collectively over a half a million dollars in this scheme.
Griffin was convicted for the same crime in May.
Campbell's sentencing is scheduled for January. He faces up to 20 years in prison.