A Washington County Circuit Court jury on Friday found Portland activist Micah Rhodes guilty of second-degree sexual abuse of an underage girl.
The jury's 10-2 verdict came after a 1.5-day trial. Rhodes, once a prominent organizer of Portland's Resistance, is now 24.
He was 20 at the time he had sex with the girl in January 2014. Her age isn't listed in court papers, but investigators said she was younger than 18 then and unable to consent because of her age.
Rhodes will be sentenced in May. Oregon sentencing guidelines recommend a prison sentence ranging from about two to two-and-a-half years, said Deputy District Attorney Andy Pulver, who tried the case.