Jerry Sandusky, convicted of 45 counts of sexual abuse in his child molestation trial Friday night, showed little emotion as the verdict was read. That was very different from the scene outside the courthouse where someone yelled ``rot in hell'' and others hurled insults as he shook his head no in response. The judge ordered the retired Penn State assistant football coach to be taken to the Centre County Correctional Facility to await sentencing in about three months. He faces the possibility of life in prison.
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BELLEFONTE, Pa. - Sandusky is convicted of sexually assaulting 10 boys over 15 years, accusations that shattered the Happy Valley image of Penn State football and led to the firing of Hall of Fame coach Joe Paterno. By Mark Scolforo and Genaro C. Armas.
- PENN STATE-ABUSE-ACCUSERS - A look at Sandusky's victims and how the jury ruled on each of the 48 counts.
- PENN STATE-ABUSE-WHAT'S NEXT-GLANCE - What's next for Sandusky? An explanation of what happens to him now that he's convicted.
- PENN STATE-ABUSE-CHARACTERS - The cast of characters in the Penn State trial.
- PENN STATE-TRIAL AT A GLANCE - Key developments in trial.
- PENN STATE-TRIAL-QUOTE BOX - Quotes about the verdict.
- PENN STATE-ABUSE-NEWS GUIDE - News guide to the trial.
Among the top photos from coverage of the trial: PAGP118, PAGP216, PASTA207, PASTA307 and PASTA205.
Sandusky arriving before the verdict: http://apne.ws/L1Ygxy
Sandusky being led from the courthouse after the conviction: http://apne.ws/L1YyEo
Upcoming, a third video will wrap-up events of the day.
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