Florida janitor who filmed the locker room in the high school girls gym was sentenced to 20 years in prison
45-year-old Florida janitor who used a hidden camera to secretly film teenage girls changing in a high school locker room is sentenced to 20 years in prison
- Jason Brian Goff filmed girls in the locker room of Clay High School in Florida
- Two 14-year-olds found a camera phone taped to an unassigned locker
- The footage showed Goff answering the phone and showing his school ID badge
- He was arrested and other child pornography was found on his devices
A high school janitor is in prison for 20 years after secretly filming girls dressing up in the school’s locker room with a hidden camera.
Jason Brian Goff, 45, was arrested after two 14-year-old girls at Clay High School discovered a camera lens hidden in an unassigned gym closet in August 2019.
School administrators opened the locker and found a cell phone taped to the interior wall with a lens pointing out of a “prefabricated” hole toward the locker room.
Jason Brian Goff, 45, was arrested after two 14-year-old girls at Clay High School (pictured) saw a camera lens hidden in an unassigned gym locker in August 2019.
The phone was forensically analyzed, and investigators also found a 30-minute video taken from a window looking into the locker room.
It showed teenage students changing their gym clothes before the camera turned down and showed Groff’s ID badge.
The high school guardian was arrested on September 13, 2019, and he later admitted to trying to film girls in the locker room at least three times from different vantage points.
Analysis of his other devices revealed more photos from the girls’ school locker room and other child pornographic material.
It included video and images of adults sexually assaulting children of various ages, including babies.
Goff pleaded guilty in September 2020 and was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Monday for attempting to use children to produce sexually explicit videos
Homeland Security Investigations K. Jim Phillips in Jacksonville said: “It is not objectionable that this predator used his trusting position as a school worker to sexually exploit children.
“Thanks to special agents from the HSI and the Clay County Sheriff’s Office, he will be held responsible for his crimes.”
Goff pleaded guilty in September 2020 and was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Monday for attempting to use children to produce sexually explicit videos.
He was also ordered to serve a 10-year term of supervised release and register as a sex offender.