Two former Penn State leaders facing jail charges in Penn State sexual abuse case

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STATE COLLEGE, Pennsylvania (NBC News) Two former leaders at Penn State will serve jail time more than 10 years after the school's sexual abuse scandal.

Gary Schultz and Tim Curley turned themselves in today to serve sentences at a Pennsylvania prison.

They're facing child endangerment charges for how they responded to a complaint in 2001 about Gerry Sandusky showering with a boy.

Curley was athletic director at Penn State and will serve three months while Schultz was a vice president and will spend two months behind bars.