Former Penn State defensive coordinator at the head of the Penn State sex scandal, Jerry Sandusky, is facing 460 years in prison for sexually abusing eight underage victims. He faces 40 offenses, which total to 460 years if he's convicted and hit with the maximum sentence.
Sandusky targeted the eight young men, who were a part of the charity he founded for at-risk youth for a span of 15 years.
Athletic Director Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, vice president for finance and business, are also being charged with perjury, as they failed to contact authorities regarding the situation. both Curley and Shultz are maintaining their innocence.