Lancaster Co. man to register under Megan's Law after pleading guilty to sex abuse
LANCASTER COUNTY, Pa. —
A Quarryville man has been sentenced to more than 30 years of supervision after pleading guilty to multiple crimes related to the sexual abuse of children.
According to the Lancaster County District Attorney's Office, 55-year-old John Lapp pleaded guilty in March to the crimes, which included felony aggravated indecent assault, and was sentenced to 1-2 years in prison and 32 years of probation.
The abuse began in 1995 and spanned several years, according to the DA's Office.
Lapp is also required to register under Megan's Law for life and abide by all sex-offender conditions while on supervision.
Lapp's four victims said that they didn't want him to go to prison, according to the DA's Office. Only one spoke at the hearing.
Judge Madenspacher said he considered that when fashioning a sentence.