TULSA, Oklahoma - A former Tulsa home school principal will spend the next two years in prison.

Sentencing was scheduled Thursday in federal court for Jeffrey Goss, who admitted to viewing child pornography on the internet, court documents say. He's also facing seven years of probation.

Goss could have received a maximum sentence of 20 years and up to a $250,000 fine.

Goss worked as a principal at the Christian Education Alliance on West 81st Street.

According to federal prosecutors, Homeland Security agents went undercover in November of 2015 and said Goss was in an Internet chatroom watching child pornography that was being streamed.  Some of the children, they say, were under the age of 12.

The alliance says Goss had been a principal for two years prior to his arrest.