BLANDING -- A man who admitted setting fires inside San Juan High School will spend up to 15 years in prison.
The Salt Lake Tribune reports that 19-year-old Deven White was sentenced Monday on arson and burglary charges.
Judge Lyle Anderson also ordered White to pay $1 million in restitution.
Blanding police accused White and a companion of breaking into the school and twice starting fires in November.
The other man, 23-year-old Christopher Stolzer, is at Utah State Hospital after being found incompetent to stand trial.
White told Blanding police he set the fires in anger over the loss of his iPod at school, and Stolzer reportedly joined for the kicks.