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Peter Turner , 80, from Redcar, admitted 14 charges, including lewd, gross indecency and another serious sexual offence.
The offenses took place at the Ampleforth College in North Yorkshire , and a parish, in the County of Cumbria, between 1984 and 1990.
North Yorkshire Police, said Turner was "clearly a very depraved individual".
the conviction, said to him in New York Crown Court , judge Sean Morris: "they brought the evil in this world, if, by your calling, you should have brought hope, help, and assistance. "The court heard the parents sent their children to be cared for Ampleforth by it was "men of God", but Turner is a "man of evil"
after he stood, Then, The Church authorities about the sexual contact with a boy he was sent to a parish in Workington.
He went on to indecently assault a boy in the Cumbrian town and committed lewd and gross indecency against a third victim.
The court heard victim impact statements, in which The Men talked about the impact of Turner is the abuse for your life had.'Disgusting breach of trust'
On Tuesday, he pleaded guilty to 11 counts of indecent assault, two cases of aggravated sexual assault And One count of gross indecency with a child.North Yorkshire Police, said Turner was "clearly a very dark individual,"
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