Adam C. Calloway, 36, of East Troy, Wisconsin.

A man who was driving under the influence when he caused a crash that left a child seriously injured in McHenry County has been sentenced to eight years in prison. It was his sixth DUI conviction.

Adam C. Calloway, 36, of the 3200 block of Graydon Avenue in East Troy, Wisconsin, was indicted on six counts of aggravated driving under the influence, ranging from Class X to Class 4 felonies.

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office responded to a vehicle crash on September 14, 2018, at Coral Road and Union Road in Coral Township, which is southeast of Marengo and south of Union.

The McHenry County Sheriff’s Office said at the time that a Ford F-150 was driving eastbound on Coral Road when it did not stop at the stop sign and crashed into the Toyota, which was driving northbound.

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Calloway and a 5-year-old Marengo boy were in the Ford.

The boy had to be flown to a hospital in Rockford for treatment. A grand jury indictment said a 5-year-old boy suffered great bodily harm in the crash.

A 39-year-old Woodstock woman and a 12-month-old Woodstock girl were in the Toyota. They were both transported to a hospital.

Deputies determined that Calloway was driving the vehicle responsible for the crash.

Tests performed on blood and urine draws taken from Calloway confirmed the presence of both THC and cocaine in his system, prosecutors said.

Calloway on Friday entered a negotiated plea deal with the McHenry County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Calloway pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated driving under the influence, a Class X felony.

McHenry County Judge Michael Coppedge approved the deal and sentenced Calloway to eight years in the Illinois Department of Corrections.

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Prosecutors said Calloway had five prior driving under the influence convictions prior to the offense.

The previous convictions were in Walworth County, Wisconsin and Waukesha County, Wisconsin, court records show.