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A British headmaster was last week found guilty of possession of youth porn and misuse of a school PC. Robert Shepherd, 54, used his own home computer as well as a school PC to download pictures of under-age youths from the Internet. The suspended head of Holy Trinity Church of England primary school in Cuckfield, West Sussex, told Haywards Heath magistrates court he had used the under-age gay porn sites as a "cry for help" over being raped at the age of 18. Shepherd, married and a father of four, had his case adjourned awaiting psychological reports. He is due to be sentenced on 14 March, when he faces being placed on the sex offenders'list.® Related Stories Teacher quits in kiddie net porn scandal Accused pedo Naughton gets a breather Man jailed over Net pedo lies Teacher's Net porn conviction upheld

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