We're learning all new details in the Jerry Sandusky sex abuse case. New court documents reveals the ages of his alleged victims.
Prosecutors say the alleged victims were 8 to 17-years-old.
According to the latest court documents, prosecutors say the abuse occurred over years and some of the victims were children when it started.
Prosecutors say 8 of the 10 alleged victims were abused on the Penn State campus.
One of the alleged victims was abused in Florida and Texas and another boy while at his own school.
Two of the alleged victims remain unidentified.
Sandusky has been on house arrest awaiting his trial in May.
He's charged with 52 criminal counts stemming from allegations he abused boys in his home, in State College hotels, at Penn State athletic facilities, and inside a car.
Jury selection in the trial is tentatively set for May 14th.
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