Christian brother jailed for indecently assaulting boys, has been found guilty of six counts of indecently assaulting a boy.
David Scott and his younger brother Richard Scott, both 19, are to receive a suspended two-year sentence.
Judge Edward Hickey said it would be inappropriate for him to give the brothers any further punishment.
‘I accept with all my heart and soul that they had not shown themselves capable of taking responsibility for the actions they took,’ he said.
Mr Scott and Mr Scott’s younger brother Richard will also be sentenced at Old Bailey.
The trial heard how the trio groomed and groomed boys as young as five and molested them in public places.
Sentencing, Judge Hickey said: ‘You groomed the boys for years.
‘In particular, you used a camera to film the grooming and you dist우리카지노ributed your videos to some boys in your family.
‘You recorded the grooming on one occasion, and distributed the videos on another occasion as a way to groom a younger boy.
‘You told your friends about it when they were in the process of moving to a new house but your friends ignored it and later in the year, some friends tried to groom a boy they knew in a neighbouring street.
‘The boys were victims of these grooming programmes.’
Mr Scott, also 19, and Richard Scott, who is 23, are also charged with sexually assaulting one boy at a football match.
The pair are accused of molesting a further boy at a house party in April 2012.
Mr Scott and Mr Scott’s younger brother Richard, who is 19, are charged with molesting a furth예스카지노er boy at a house party
Scott and his brother are also due to be sentenced on September 14.
Mr Scott was originally arrested by officers last October.
Mr Scott was sentenced to 18 months in a youth detention centre but was freed at the beginning of this month after a judge agreed with his previous defence lawyers that he had to바카라사이트 serve the sentence in prison.
Earlier, the prosecution called two witnesses to set out their version of the abuse in court.
A witness was an off-duty police officer who was working at the time Mr Scott, aged 18, and Richard, aged 18, was taken in as a suspect.
Defence barrister Andrew Wilson, who represents Mr Scott, said: ‘We are appealing against an 18-month prison sentence, as we have previously received substantial assistance from the probation service.’