- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

MEDIA, Pa. (AP) - A man in suburban Philadelphia has pleaded guilty in what investigators call one of the largest invasion of privacy cases they’ve seen in the area.

The Delaware County District Attorney’s Office says 38-year-old Sean Moses pleaded guilty Tuesday to invasion of privacy, loitering and prowling and sexual abuse of children. Moses was arrested in March.

Authorities say the Narberth man secretly recorded women and girls in fitting rooms, at the beach and through apartment windows. Police say they started investigating allegations against Moses in September, when two Villanova University students in Bryn Mawr reported seeing a camera light in their window. Moses uploaded the video of the women on the Internet.

He will be evaluated by the state’s Sexual Offender Assessment board before his sentencing in September.

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