Former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky's request for a new trial was denied.
A Pennsylvania judge rejected former Penn State football assistant coach Jerry Sandusky's request for a new trial and dismissal of sexual abuse charges.
Sandusky is serving 30 to 60 years in prison for his 2012 conviction on charges he molested several boys he met through The Second Mile, a charity he founded.
Sandusky, 73, has said that he did not receive a proper defense during his trial.
The case led to the firing of head coach Joe Paterno and several high ranking administrators also lost their jobs.
The school's former president, Graham Spanier, and two other former administrators, Tim Curley and Gary Schultz, were sentenced for child endangerment for their handling of a report that Sandusky acted inappropriately with a young boy.
Spanier was found guilty during his trial and is free on bail while he is appealing his case.
The fallout from the scandal cost the school tens of millions of dollars in fines and lawsuits. The football program was banned from postseason play, fined $60 million and stripped of scholarships.
Sandusky will have 30 days to appeal his to the state Superior Court.