LEBANON (AP) — Sentencing is set for a milk deliveryman accused of hiding marijuana, tobacco and cellphones inside milk cartons and smuggling them into an Ohio prison.

Warren County Prosecutor David Fornshell says defendant Ray Adams made $2,000 delivering contraband to Lebanon Correctional Facility in southwest Ohio.

Adams pleaded guilty in March to illegal conveyance of drugs into a detention facility. He faces up to five years in prison at sentencing on Tuesday.

Adams was arrested Jan. 8 after authorities searched the nearly 30,000 half-pint milk cartons he was delivering that day and found contraband, including 12 cellphones, in 30 of them.

Defense attorney Will Oswall Jr. has declined to comment ahead of sentencing.