CENTER VALLEY, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania appeals court has ruled that a former university administrator who admitted spying on his DeSales University co-workers pumping breast milk or changing clothes must be re-sentenced.

The three-judge Superior Court this week ordered a judge to re-sentence 34-year-old John Bednarik II and sent the case back to Lehigh County Court.

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Bednarik admitted filming one woman pumping breast milk and trying to watch or film three others changing clothes in a gymnasium locker room. He was sentenced nine to 21 months in prison after pleading guilty in Sept. 2012 to invasion of privacy charges.

Bednarik appealed, claiming the judge imposed a sentence beyond the standard range because the incidents occurred at a Roman Catholic university. He was fired by the university.

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A hearing is scheduled for Oct. 10.

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