A California teenager faces felony charges and could spend decades in prison over allegations that he repeatedly broke into an acclaimed Orange County high school and hacked into computers to change his grades and steal tests--all in hopes of improving his college admissions prospects, the Los Angeles Times reports. Omar Khan, 18, should have graduated with his Tesoro High School classmates June 18; instead, he is being held in jail in lieu of $50,000 bail. Another student, Tanvir Singh, also 18, faces lesser charges and was expected to turn himself in to authorities yesterday afternoon. Khan has been charged with

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