Stephen L. McIntire, a 56 year-old Bath resident, was sentenced yesterday to 16 months in state prison. McIntire was arrested last December after taking photos and videos of female Bowdoin students through their windows. The incidents took place in both Bowdoin-owned and off-campus housing during the fall 2015 semester.

In June, McIntire pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor violation of privacy. Five additional counts were dismissed under the terms of a plea agreement, according to the Bangor Daily News. He will serve the sentence on top of a 33 month sentence he is currently serving for a similar incident at Hyde School in Bath.  

McIntire was convicted of gross sexual assault in 1997 and was on probation for peeping in the windows of Hyde School when he committed the violations of privacy against Bowdoin students. As a result, his probation was revoked and he will serve a total of 49 months. He will be eligible for release in February 2018.