Former Team USA gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar was sentenced to 60 years in prison Thursday for child pornography crimes, The Associated Press reports. Investigators found more than 37,000 images of child porn on his hard drive while searching his home as part of the probe into assault allegations, the New York Daily News reports. Federal Judge Janet Neff said Nassar "should never again have access to children."
In total, Nassar, 54, is also accused of having abused more than 130 of his patients during medical exams between 1998 and 2015. Nassar previously agreed to a sentence of between 25 and 40 years for the abuse charges, the second of his three criminal cases. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has argued that he believes Nassar should serve a sentence of 125 years, MLive.com reports. "One year for every victim. That's 125 years, that sounds just about right," Schuette said.