Convicted pedophile passes out after getting sentenced to 260 years behind bars: report

A Rhode Island man reportedly passed out in court on Friday upon learning that he’d been sentenced to 260 years behind bars.

Thomas Goodman, 45 – who was convicted of sexually abusing multiple young children – regained consciousness shortly after, The Providence Journal reported.

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Goodman was reportedly ordered to consecutively fulfill his prison sentence. He was convicted on eight counts of sexually exploiting children – getting 30 years on each – and one count of possessing sadistic and masochistic child pornography, for which he got an additional 20 years, the outlet said.

Goodman was accused of sexually abusing two 6-year-old girls, as well as a 3-week-old baby, according to The Journal.

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U.S. District Court Judge John J. McConnell, who handed down the sentence, reportedly said it was his duty to shield the community from Goodman.

“The only way I can do that is to be sure you never get out of prison again,” McConnell said. “I have no assurances you will stop.”