Two men have been jailed for 35 historic sexual offences, including rape against boys at a care home in East Yorkshire.
The offences against 11 victims took place at the St Williams care home in Market Weighton in the 1970s and 80s.
The former headteacher James Carragher - who's now 75 - was jailed for 9 years. Anthony McCallen - who's 69 and the former chaplain - for 15 years.
The judge told them their crimes had blighted the lives of their victims.
Watch James Webster's report below: