MIAMI.- A judge from Jacksonville (North Florida) sentenced a cleaning officer of the student locker room at a school to 20 years in prison who recorded the minors with a hidden camera, in addition to possessing videos of child sexual exploitation, reported this Monday the Prosecutor’s Office.
Jason Brian Goff, 45, was also sentenced to 10 years of supervised release and registered as a “sex offender” for this crime and others related to videos and photographs of “adults sexually abusing children of various ages, including images of babies”.
Goff, arrested in 2019 and in jail since, had pleaded guilty to the charges in September 2020.
According to court documents, two 14-year-old Clay High School students reported in August 2019 that they had observed what appeared to be a “hidden camera lens inside a locked gym locker in the girls’ locker room.”
When school administrators opened the locker they discovered a cell phone attached to the inside wall of the locker.
The Police verified the existence of a 30-minute video that captured the girls changing their clothes. The investigation concluded with the arrest of Goff.
Goff admitted after his arrest that he had tried to film the girls in the locker room at least three times and from different locations.
Forensic analysis of other electronic devices belonging to Goff revealed additional images of the high school girls’ locker room and “child exploitation materials, including video and images of adults sexually abusing children of various ages, including images of babies. ».
“It is more than reprehensible that this predator has used his position of trust as a school employee to sexually exploit children,” said the special police agent.