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Thank you very much for your further investigation.
Some discussions have been made among developers but it not yet well converged Followings are my comment at this moment. As you found out, G4NDL does not have final state date for the reaction. In this case photo evaporation generates secondary photons and I am sharing your guess for 3 lines, however we do not yet fully understand why. (Actually we have different (but also unphysical) results in our development line.
Judging from your plots, usage of JEDNL and CENDL data look OK. I also read original JENDL file and it compiles continuous photon energy distribution with bin size of 25 keV at that range. Thus the lack of narrow two peaks you expected to have is natural. And unfortunately I cannot suggest any good alternative models to you now.
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