Ga. federal judge pleads guilty to 2 drug charges

A veteran Georgia federal judge arrested after a stripper claimed he used cocaine with her has pleaded guilty to two drug-related charges.

U.S. Senior Judge Jack T. Camp pleaded guilty Friday and agreed to step down from the bench.

Camp pleaded guilty to charges of possessing cocaine and other drugs and helping the stripper get drugs, too.

The 67-year-old judge also pleaded guilty to giving a government laptop to the stripper. The charges carry up to four years in prison.

Camp was arrested in October after authorities say he tried to buy cocaine and narcotics to use with the stripper, who was secretly a federal informant. They say they also found two firearms in the front seat of his vehicle.