The former manager of two Subway restaurants in Barrie was sentenced to seven years in prison on Wednesday for sex assaults against staff who worked for him.
In June, 49-year-old Stephen Lemmond pleaded guilty to six counts of sexual exploitation, sexual assault and assault.
Lemmond was arrested at his workplace in June 2021.
The incidents took place over a nine-year period beginning in 2013.
All of the victims were girls, and four were minors.
Lemmond’s parents owned the Subway stores that he managed on Yonge Street and on Minet’s Point Road.
They have since been sold.