The Penn State Defensive coordinator described as a "sexual predator" by attorney general Linda Kelly is charged with more than 40 offenses against eight young victims.
The most serious is deviate sexual intercourse against six of them, along with four counts of unlawful contact with a minor.
As we reported here prosecutors believe he groomed the underprivileged youngsters, who he met through his charitable Second Mile Organisation, by plying them expensive gifts and trips to sporting events.
Then he struck, abusing them either at his home or at Penn State's famous Lansch stadium.
The explosive grand jury reports also found that at least eight people at Penn State had either witnessed Sandusky molesting children, or been told that others had witnessed abuse.
And yet, it seems, not one of them informed law enforcement authorities.
Astonishingly, as we reported here one of those witnesses, wide receiving coach Mike McQueary will even get to keep his job.
But the head coach Joe Paterno was forced to resign after it was revealed that he failed to act on the allegations.
Sandusky meanwhile is denying the allegations for which he faces 375 years in maximum sentences on 20 felony charges.
In addition, Sandusky faces 5 misdemeanor two charges and 15 misdemeanor one charges which total 85 years.
So Sandusky faces a potential 460 years in jail, if he gets the maximum on every charge.