The sentencing was kind of humorous.
"THE COURT: In this matter, the defendant is...[W]ith respect to Count 1, the defendant is ordered committed to state prison for the time
prescribed by law.
Because of the strike conviction, that's 30 years to life.
On Count 2, the defendant is ordered
committed to state
prison for the term prescribed by law,
that being 30 years to
(Blah blah blah)
That's to be served consecutively to
the time imposed in Counts 1, 2 and 3.
The reason a consecutive term is appropriate because of two factors that weigh heavily in the Court's mind.
That is that the defendant took advantage of a position of trust and the victim was particularly vulnerable."
(That's my favorite part.
Does that mean that the next guy who goes before him can expect a concurrent sentence as long as they snatched a kid off the street instead of abusing a position of trust?
Aren't all kid vulnerable to adults?)