"Every second of every day, all that I think about is [you]," the creep said, calling the teen by his first name.
"I love you," he said softly when he turned to the boy, drawing gasps in a packed courtroom.
Goodman, 27, last month accepted the two-year deal from Murphy upon pleading guilty to 48 felonies - or as the victim said, "even more than Jerry Sandusky."
Locked up since June 2010 on charges that he preyed sexually upon the victim and his brother, Goodman could be freed by September.
"I have no doubt he will try to do the same thing to other other children once he gets out," the victim said.
The teen, who dropped out of school after what he called "a torturous four years" of sex abuse from Goodman, then called for a much stiffer sentence for his tormentor.
"The defendant cultivated the relationships to violate and sexually abuse these boys," said prosecutor Elizabeth Doerfler. "The abuse was not an isolated incident, but stretched over several years."
His hands shaking and his words dripping with disgust, the teen then tore into Goodman.
By JOSE MARTINEZ - NY POST