A judge on Tuesday sentenced a Monsey man convicted of molesting a teenage boy to 90 days in county jail for violating portions of his 10-year probation.
State Supreme Court Justice William Kelly said Moishe Turner deserved incarceration but also must remain under the control of probation officers to ensure he doesn’t endanger children.
“I don’t want to see a situation where he’s off probation,” Kelly said.
Turner can be released from jail within 60 days for good behavior. His lawyer said there would be no appeal.
Turner violated his probation by attending a wedding at the Viznitz Girls School building where children and his 14-year-old victim were and not reporting the specific car he was driving to his probation officer.