A Saskatoon man who admitted to 20 sexual assault and child pornography charges has been designated a long-term offender.
59-year-old Russell Wolfe was sentenced to 15 years but with time served in remand the term was reduced to 10 years. The judge has also ordered 10 years of supervision once Wolfe gets out of prison.
Wolfe had faced 50 charges but pleaded guilty to 20 of them in March of last year before the case went to trial. His 14 victims ranged from 9-to-18 years of age.
Wolfe was arrested in 2014 after a Canada-wide investigation.