A Rochester man was sentenced Monday by U.S. District Judge Richard J. Arcara to a year of probation for selling counterfeit Christmas ornaments at the Walden Galleria.

Hakan Umsu, 32, pleaded guilty to copyright infringement as part of a plea deal in January at which he admitted buying the fake ornaments from a company in China.

During his plea, Assistant U.S. Attorney Fauzia K. Mattingly told Arcara the counterfeit ornaments were made to look like ornaments sold by a Sarasota, Fla. company and that Umsu was caught in December 2011 selling them from a kiosk at the Galleria.

Glenn Pincus, Umsu’s defense lawyer, told Arcara on Monday that the copyrighted and non-copyrighted ornaments are made by the same Chinese manufacturer and that Umsu was unaware he was buying fake ornaments.