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Ex-pastor sentenced as lapsed sex offender
2002-04-03 Associated Press

The associate pastor of a San Fernando Valley chapel was sentenced to 32 months in prison on Tuesday for failing to register as a sex offender.
Paul Henry Ilger, 50, was sentenced in Superior Court. He pleaded guilty in February and could have faced 25 years to life in prison.

Judge Kathryne Ann Stoltz said Ilger "had betrayed that position of trust. He lied to the congregation."

Ilger, a former second-grade teacher, was convicted in 1988 of molesting four students in his San Luis Obispo classroom. After being released from jail, Ilger and his family moved to Los Angeles, where he took a position with Hope Chapel of the Valley in Canoga Park.

The married father was arrested last June after police discovered he had failed for nearly nine months to notify them that he had moved. As a sex offender, Ilger is required under state law to notify local authorities each time he moves.

He was fired from his position last month.

"We've lived and learned a painful lesson," the Rev. Jeff Fischer of Hope Chapel said outside court.

Fischer has said he and about 30 church elders knew that Ilger had molested young girls before he was hired, and restricted his church duties.

At the sentencing hearing, defense attorney Edward Robinson asked that his client receive probation, saying Ilger had long ago taken responsibility for his actions.

But prosecutor Andrea Thompson said Ilger had committed a "flagrant violation" of the sex offender law. She noted that some church members had left children in his care.


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