Andover school: Ex-med chief used computer for porn

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BOSTON (AP) - The head of a Massachusetts prep school says the former medical director was reprimanded for using a school computer to access adult pornography, one of the many reasons he was not rehired.

But Phillips Academy's John Palfrey stressed in a Friday email that the academy's concerns with Dr. Richard Keller are unrelated to a federal child pornography case against him. Palfrey said he does not believe any of the students were the subject of Keller's alleged crime.

Keller is in custody and has a Monday bail hearing. Both Children's Hospital in Boston and Harvard Medical School, where he has jobs, say they have placed him on leave.