Ex Bronx Educator Takes Plea in Child Porn Case

Wall Street Journal
November 26, 2011

NEW YORK The former assistant principal of a Bronx high school is in a treatment program after admitting that he viewed child pornography on a library computer.

Brother Lawrence Gordon took a plea deal to avoid jail time. He's been fired by the Mount St. Michael Academy, an all-boys school.

According to the Daily News ( ), Gordon accidentally left a USB drive in the school computer last Valentine's day. It held sexually explicit images of underage boys.

His attorney, Thomas Curran, says Gordon is remorseful.

The school said in a letter to parents that there was no sexual contact with students.


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