A woman has been sentenced to more than 60 years in prison for several child abuse charges related to sleepovers with friends of her then 11-year-old daughter

According to the court documents, the woman was sentenced to more than 60 years in prison. She was convicted in March of three counts of first-degree sexual assault of a child involving two boys ages 12 and 13, six counts of felony child abuse and two counts of witness tampering. Prosecutors said she gave several children who were sleeping over at her house alcohol and marijuana-infused gummy bears.

She also told the children not to tell anyone about what happened during the sleepovers and to delete pictures from their phones.

Court documents said that Greer groomed two of the boys into having sex with her, and police found sexually explicit photos of Greer on one victim’s phone.

“The victims had to go through a lot, to put it lightly,” said prosecutor Phil Kleine with the Sarpy County Attorney’s office. “I hope that, with the court’s sentence, the victims will be able to find some form of closure and be able to move forward with their lives.”

Greer’s daughter, who was 12 years old at the time, testified against her during a pre-trial hearing, telling the court she had accompanied her mother to Walmart to buy watermelon margarita mix and that her mother poured the cocktails at home for her and her friends.  When questioned by Sarpy County prosecutors if she and her friends got intoxicated at the gatherings, Greer’s daughter replied, “Every time.”