Jordan Young is appealing his prison sentence handed down in Geary County in connection with his convictions in a child molestation case.
That information was provided by the County Attorney’s Office.
Young, a former music minister for Faith Tabernacle Apostolic Church in Junction City, was sentenced to 297 months in prison, and is now serving that sentence in Lansing. He pleaded no contest and was found guilty in Geary County of one count of Aggravated Criminal Sodomy and three counts of Aggravated Indecent Liberties with a Child.
According to a stipulation of the facts that were filed in court, Young was employed as a music teacher at the Apostolic Academy when nine teenage boys came forward on August 5, 2012 and disclosed that Young was sexually inappropriate and / or had engaged in sexual acts with boys.
Young was arrested and charged in the case following a Junction City police investigation in August of 2012.
According to information that has been received by the County Attorney’s Office, Young’s motion for an extension of time to file a brief in his sentence appeal case has been granted. He must file an appellate brief on or before October 3.