A Broward piano teacher has been sentenced to seven years in prison Tuesday after he pleaded guilty to molesting four of his young students.
David Layman, 38, took a plea deal that allowed him to avoid life in prison. He was initially charged with seven counts of molestation.
The piano teacher was arrested almost three years ago after several of his former students accused the man of rubbing their thighs and touching their privates during lessons.
Layman met most of his victims at the Imagine Charter School in Weston where he taught music. He also taught private lessons in the students' home, where much of the improper touching took place.