MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore had a deal to collect $180,000 in annual salary for part-time work from the legal charity he founded and ended up with a half-million-dollar stake in the group’s headquarters, records and interviews show.

Property, charity and tax records reviewed by The Associated Press show that the state’s former chief justice received direct payment of $448,000 over the six years he served as president of the Foundation for Moral Law and was given a $540,000 mortgage on the charity’s building when the group said it couldn’t afford to pay his salary.

Moore is

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