BRUNSWICK, Maine — A Maine man who pleaded guilty to several peeping Tom incidents around Bowdoin College has been sentenced to 16 months in jail.

Stephen McIntire of Bath pleaded guilty to two counts of violation of privacy. He’s already in jail for 33 months after violating probation after following his conviction for similar allegations at the Hyde School in Bath.

Deputy District Attorney Jonathan Liberman said Thursday in a statement that the combined sentences add up four years in prison.

The 55-year-old was arrested in Bath late last November after a woman found him sitting on her couch exposing himself. Those charges were ultimately dropped but investigators uncovered evidence that McIntire had been recording women through windows on and off the Bowdoin campus.

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