Michael Bremont- the former executive director of the Redmond Proficiency Academy is sentenced to 19 months in prison.
Bremont was convicted of sexually abusing two former students.
One of the students, now 18 years old spoke at the sentencing saying Bremont "stole her innocence and ruined her trust in men."
Deschutes County Deputy D.A. Mary Anderson tells our news partner, News Channel 21 that some adults described Bremont as a kid magnet; very involved with kids. But others saw it as grooming behavior.
Bremont spoke briefly, saying how sorry he was for letting down his family, the community and the school.
Earlier this year, Bremont agreed to an Alford plea on similar sexual abuse charges from a former student at Central Linn High School, when he was principal there.
Bremont also must pay $50,000 in restitution to the Redmond school (RPA) after another Alford plea on theft from the school.