A Philadelphia-area woman has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for letting a sexual predator abuse and film children in her home day care.
Concetta Jackson, of Collingdale, is the third and final person sentenced in what a federal judge calls a "sociopathic" child-pornography case that involves more than 1 million images.
The victims ranged in age from infants to teens. A teenager who had been abused for several years tipped off authorities after watching an episode of "Law & Order" about child sexual abuse.
The chief perpetrator, John Jackey Worman, of Colwyn, is serving a life prison sentence. Co-defendant Dorothy Prawdzik, Worman's ex-girlfriend, is serving a 30-year term.
Defense lawyers say the two women feared the 42-year-old Worman.
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