LIHU`E, KAUA`I (Ben Caxton) — The man charged with sexually assaulting three separate victims in the early morning hours of December 10th last year has been sentenced. 27-year-old Jesse Korn of Koloa will spend the next 35 years behind bars for the sexual assault three separate victims, each of whom were sleeping when he entered their homes. One of the victims was 11 years old at the time of the assault. Prosecuting Attorney Justin Kollar announced Wednesday that Korn was sentenced to serve consecutive 20-, 10- and five-year prison sentences for a total of 35 years. He had previously pleaded no contest to Sexual Assault in the First Degree, Kidnapping, Sexual Assault in the Second Degree, and Sexual Assault in the Third Degree. Circuit Court Judge Kathleen Watanabe found that the seriousness of the offenses warranted that the public be protected from Korn and that a sentence of 35 years was necessary to reflect the harm done to the victims. Because Korn is not a U.S. citizen, he faces deportation following his 35-year prison sentence.