Choir assistant sentenced to prison for CSC | News
MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) -- The former choir accompanyist for Mona Shores High School will spend at least 29 months in state prison for inappropriately touching teenage boys.
A Muskegon County judge Tuesday sentenced Michael D'Oyly, 55, to up to 15 years in prison on each of two counts of second-degree criminal sexual conduct. The sentences will run concurrently.
Last December, police began investigating allegations D'Oyly, a then-paraprofessional with the Mona Shores school district, had groped male students.
Prosecutors presented evidence of D'Oyly's contact with boys. Eventually, at least four teenagers accused the Grand Haven man of groping them from their freshman to senior years in high school.
D'Oyly pleaded no contest to the CSC charges in August. He was immediately required to register as a sex offender in Michigan.