Paedophile Priest Pleads Guilty To Abusing Five More Young Boys
A former priest convicted of sexually abusing more than 20 schoolboys has been sentenced to another five years jail for historic sex offences.
Frank Gerard Klep, 75, pleaded guilty to molesting four boys at the Salesian College in Sunbury, Victoria, and a fifth boy at a school camp in Dromana, all during the 1970s and 1980s.
One of the victims was just four years old.
Klep was in charge of the Salesian College infirmary, where he would molest a number of his victims as they recovered in the sick bay.
He has previously been convicted and jailed for abusing 28 schoolboys, and was defrocked by the Salesians in 2006.
One of the survivors previously described the school as a "house of horrors", while another survivor said he now lives in a shed in the bush like a hermit. He said the crime still "contaminates him".
Klep pleaded guilty to five counts of indecent assault and on Tuesday was sentenced in the County Court of Victoria by Judge Gabriele Cannon, adding two years to his non-parole period.
Cannon previously advised Klep's victims that because the offending was historical, each crime only carried a five-year maximum jail penalty.