A judge sentenced Ninos Danny Jando — a licensed podiatrist who pleaded guilty last month to videotaping college wrestlers in the shower — to nine months in jail and two years of probation for capturing images of unclothed persons without their consent.

In late January, a student wrestler at Muskegon Community College in Muskegon, Mich. noticed Jando paying an unusual amount of attention to the way he positioned his toiletry bag in the shower. The podiatrist was showering in the locker room with the team, even though he was not a student at the college. When the student saw what appeared to be a camera lens in the bag, he immediately notified a school custodian. The school's wrestling coach was eventually notified and called 9-1-1.

During his probation period, Jando must complete counseling programs and stay away from school property.

Prosecutor James Corbett hoped that Judge Marietti would impose a heftier sentence on Jando, who was also convicted for disorderly conduct in a similar incident in a suburb outside of Chicago. "This has been going on a long time. ... He's a predator, your honor," Corbett said.

Jando was apologetic about his actions and promised that he would never do anything like this again. In a soft spoken statement to the court before sentencing, Jando said, "What I did was selfish. It was immoral. And it's inexcusable. I'd like to apologize to the victims for what I've done. I never really thought about the consequences of my actions," he said. "I'll feel this guilt and remorse for the rest of my life. I'm disappointed in myself. I don't want to disappoint myself now. That's why I vow to never repeat these actions."

Jando has already served half of his sentence, having spent 133 days in jail since his arrest. His medical license will be reviewed July 1st in Illinois. As of today, Jando is still listed as a licensed podiatric physician on the Illinois Dept. of Financial and Professional Regulation's website.