PORTLAND — Federal prosecutors say an Oxford man has been sentenced to two months in prison after being convicted of growing marijuana in the White Mountain National Forest.

Thirty-eight-year-old Todd Clukey, who was sentenced today, also must serve three years on supervised released including four months of home confinement.

Prosecutors say he also has been banned from the White Mountain National Forest for three years.

Clukey pleaded guilty in February to cultivating marijuana on federal land.

Court documents say he grew marijuana in an unorganized portion of Oxford County between May and September 2010.

Prosecutors say after his arrest in September he admitted that he had also grown marijuana on national forest land the previous two years.