PENNSYLVANIA -- Jerry Sandusky will likely spend the rest of his life in prison. Sandusky insisted he did not do the "disgusting acts" he's been convicted of.
Tuesday, a judge sentenced the former Penn State coach to at least 30-years in prison and no more than 60. The 68-year old had faced a maximum 400-years behind bars.
Three of Sandusky's victims delivered emotional statements. Victim #4 said, "You were supposed to be my role model. Instead, you screwed up my life."
Sandusky will be eligible for parole when he's 98-years old. His attorneys plan to appeal, arguing they didn't have enough time to prepare their case.
Original: 5:43 pm, 10/8/12, Monday
CNN -- Jerry Sandusky faces sentencing Tuesday. His lawyer says he will speak in court and proclaim his innocence.
The former Penn State coach was convicted of 45-counts of child sexual abuse. He faces life in prison.
The 68-year old has been in isolation in a county lockup since his conviction in June. His wife and several former players have visited him. Several of Sandusky's victims are expected to make statements at Tuesday's hearing.