Jerry Sandusky to be sentenced Oct. 9 in child-sex abuse case
(CBS/AP) BELLEFONTE, Pa. - A Pennsylvania judge has scheduled Jerry Sandusky's sentencing for convictions of child sexual abuse for Oct. 9.PICTURES: Jerry Sandusky convicted of child sex abuse
Sandusky was convicted in June of 45 counts of sexual abuse involving 10 boys. Prosecutors say some of the assaults took place on the Penn State campus.
Judge John Cleland on Monday scheduled Sandusky's sentencing for 9 a.m. at the courthouse in Bellefonte.
Sandusky will likely spend the rest of his life in prison.
The abuse scandal rocked Penn State, bringing down famed coach Joe Paterno and the university's president and leading the NCAA to levy unprecedented sanctions against the football program.
- Atty: Charges will not be dropped in Kaitlyn Hunt case
- Jury deliberates possible death sentence for Jodi Arias
- Fla. girl, 18, charged over underage same-sex relationship
- Iowa Cops: Man suspected of abducting 2 girls found dead
- Jodi Arias talks about suicide, what she'll do with her life in prison
- Mom of Hailey Dunn, missing teen found dead, speaks out
- Report: Dogs removed from kidnap suspect Castro's home
- Massive search underway for abducted teen in Iowa
- Arias to jury: Alexander's death "the worst mistake of my life"
- 3 teens charged with raping girl, 12, putting video on web
- Cops: NC woman tried to poison family members' cheese
- Jodi Arias to speak on own behalf as jury weighs death
- Jodi Arias makes her opening statements to the jury
- Man charged with murder in case of missing Maine girl, 15
- Cops: Barbara Walters' daughter charged with DUI in Fla.
- Report: Slain Conn. student Alyssiah Wiley found dismembered