Federal prosecutors won convictions in the first South Carolina Statehouse corruption trial.

State Rep. Luther Taylor, one of 10 lawmakers indicted after being snared in an FBI sting, was convicted Thursday of accepting $4,300 in bribes for his support of a parimutuel betting bill. He faces up to 120 years in prison and a $1.5 million fine.The 40-year-old Columbia Democrat was convicted of six counts of violating the Hobbs Act, a federal anti-bribery law. An indictment accused him of accepting five separate bribes and conspiring to solicit those bribes in exchange for his support of the parimutuel bill.