CONCORD, N.H. – A New Hampshire man has been sentenced to federal prison for six years on charges of wire fraud and violating the terms of his supervised release on unrelated bank and forgery convictions.

Prosecutors say from June 2013 to February 2014, 42-year-old Daniel Desrochers of Manchester acquired 91 personal loans totaling more than $191,000 from four New Hampshire residents.

Prosecutors said he falsely represented to them that he had access to nearly $500,000 in a fictitious bank account and falsely claimed his newly formed marketing company was on the verge of entering into a $1 million contract with a major shoe company.

Prosecutors said the proceeds of some of the loans were electronically transferred from a location in Maine to a bank account in New Hampshire.