Biggleswade pervert who confessed he saw children ‘as objects’
A man from Biggleswade has been jailed for four years for making indecent images and voyeurism.
Anthony Sefton, 53, of Rose Lane, pleaded guilty to a number of voyeurism and indecent images offences at an earlier court appearance in September, and was handed his prison sentence of four years at Luton Crown Court on Monday, November 4.
Sefton was arrested in May 2017 following a warrant and had his hard drive and computers seized.
Thousands of indecent images were discovered on his technology.
In an interview, Sefton said he didn’t see the people in the images as children, he saw them as objects.
Sefton was sentenced to 24 months for making indecent images of a child and 24 months for taking an indecent images, to run consecutively.
He also received two 12 month sentences for voyeurism, 24 months for taking an indecent photograph of a child and 16 months for possession of extreme pornography to run concurrently.