Sandusky's sentence is decided to be 30-60 years

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Former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky received his sentence Tuesday after being charged with sexual assault in multiple cases, the Star Tribune reported.

Sandusky will spend the next 30 to 60 years in prison, a sentence that guarantees the rest of the 68-year-old's life to be behind bars, according to the Star Tribune.

The sentence has all but smoothed over the issues, however. USA Today reported that Penn State University is still stuck in countless legal cases, many of Sandusky's victims preparing to file lawsuits against the university and their lack of action.

"This is not just about writing a check," said lawyer Ben Andreozzi to USA Today. "It's about acknowledging that they did wrong and doing something about it."

The Star Tribune reported that the victims' lawyers were satisfied with the decision.

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