SACRAMENTO–A 47 year-old Nevada man was sentenced Thursday for aggravated identity theft.

Glenn Litton, resident of Carson City, was sentenced by United States District Judge Morrison England Jr. to two years in prison, United States Attorney Benjamin Wagner says.

According to court documents, on November 19, 2014, Litton submitted an application for a U.S. passport to a passport acceptance officer in Sacramento. In the application, Litton used the identity of another individual, including that individual’s name, birthdate, and Social Security number. Litton also presented supporting documentation such as a birth certificate, a debit card, and employment ID card bearing the name of the individual whose identity he had assumed. As a result of the application, Litton was issued a U.S. passport in a false name.