A former U.S. Department of Labor employee is now on two years probation after admitting to running a movie bootleg operation while on the job.
Court documents show Ricardo Taylor used a government-owned DVD burner to make copies of movies at the department headquarters.
Officials say he then sold those DVDs to coworkers.
Taylor says he kept the scheme going from 2008-2013, making about $19,000 in his last year at work.
Government employee sold bootleg DVDs at work, officials say