In addition to his time behind bars, U.S. District Attorney allegedly ordered that Fogle avoid pornography, get sexual disorder treatment and register as a sex offender, the report states.
Ahead of the judge’s decision, Fogle’s legal team tried to fight for minimum sentencing — arguing not only that his victims were 16 or 17 (and therefore close to the legal age), but also that he had a compulsive eating disorder, which he then channeled into his “hypersexuality” following his weight loss.
According to the report, one text sent by the father-of-two insisted “the younger the better” when requesting child prostitutes. Additionally, he previously admitted to being sexually attracted to children as young as eight-years-old.
So far, authorities have reportedly identified 12 victims of child pornography in his native Indiana and two teenage victims of prostitution.