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The Jerry Sandusky child molestation case has resulted in more convictions.

Two former Penn State administrators — ex-Athletics Director Tim Curley and former university Vice President Gary Schultz – pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor child endangerment charges, which were reduced from felonies, according to a report by the Associated Press.

Both face up to five years in prison.

Here’s a photo of the two men:

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The three handled a 2001 complaint by a graduate assistant who said he saw Sandusky, a retired member of the coaching staff, sexually abusing a boy in a team shower. The administrators did not report the matter to police or child welfare authorities but told Sandusky he could not bring children onto the campus anymore.

Jury selection in the case against a third administrator, former Penn State President Graham Spanier is set to begin next week, the AP reported.

The charges stem from a graduate assistant’s complaint, back in 2001, who told the administrators about witnessing Sandusky sexually abusing a boy in the shower. The administrators never reported the allegation to authorities, and instead barred Sandusky from brining children to campus,

Sandusky, now 72, was sentenced to 30-60-years in prison back in 2012 f0r sexually abusing 10 boys.  Recently, his adopted son, Jeffrey, was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a child.

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