A former little league coach from Queens admitted in court today to being a "sexual predator" who molested several young boys during sleepovers. David Hartshorn, 54, was busted in 2011, and accused of filming and having sex with five boys—between the ages of 13 and 14—inside his Rochdale Village home between July 2009 and August 2010. In exchange for his guilty plea, Hartshorn will get 18 years in prison and 20 years probation.

Hartshorn, who ran the Rochdale Village Little League and was once coach of the year, pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal sex act and two counts of use of a child in a sexual performance. He was arrested in February 2011 after one of the boys told his mother what had been going on; he collapsed during his arraignment that month. Officials found decades worth of movies in Hartshorn's home, including VHS and DVD's showing young boys having sex with each other and other "inappropriate sexual contact," according to Queens District Attorney Richard A. Brown.