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He said: "It is a brave thing to do for victims in their circumstances to come forward at all.
The court heard Thornton still maintained his accusers were telling lies and Judge Davey highlighted his "utter lack of remorse" and the fact he had tried to paint himself as the victim during the case.
Judge Davey said he could not conclude Thornton had deliberately sought work at the now closed children's home in Carleton Road in order to commit sexual offences, but he decided the defendant should still be considered a dangerous offender.
"Having obtained that employment, you took advantage of it to commit serious sexual offences on regular basis against children who were in your care and defenceless against you," the judge told Thornton.
"The breach of trust in those circumstances is extremely grave." Judge Davey said the victim impact statement of one of the male complainants made "harrowing reading", and the psychological impact had been severe on at least two of the men involved in the case.