Jailing him for two years, Judge Heather Lloyd told him he was guilty of 'a gross violation of the trust placed in you as an employee and friend'.
'The victims would never have dreamed that trust would have been abused in such a revolting fashion,' she added.
First of all how could they not have dreamed that he would do something like this? LOOK AT HIM!!!! Of course he's a pervert! Secondly 2 years does seem quite harsh considering that violent offenders routinely receive lower sentences.