CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — Two pharmaceutical sales representatives in New Jersey have pleaded guilty for their involvement in a $50 million state health benefit program scheme.

Prosecutors say Judd Holt, of Evesham, and George Gavras, of Moorestown, pleaded guilty on Monday of heath care fraud in federal court in Camden.

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They face up to 10 years in prison and must pay back hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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Prosecutors say the men recruited public employees to obtain compounded medication that they didn’t need. A pharmacy then paid conspirators kickbacks.

Eight people have now plead guilty in the scheme.

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