(KCEN) -- A military judge has reduced the potential sentence in the Wikileaks case.
During pre-trial motions for Bradley Manning, the judge found Manning suffered illegal pre-trial punishment during a nine month imprisonment at Quantico, Virginia.
She ruled that Manning's confinement was, "More rigorous than necessary," and awarded a total of 112 days off any prison sentence Manning gets if convicted.
Manning is facing 22 charges, including aiding the enemy, which carries a lifetime sentence.
He allegedly sent thousands of classified government documents to the Wikileaks website.