BBC Radio 1 DJ, Chris Denning pleads guilty to 21 sexual offences, including indecent assault of men and boys and inciting boys under 16 and 14 to commit acts of gross indecency on Monday, August 22.
The 75-year-old admitted to the crimes at the Southwark Crown Court in London.
He was arrested and sentenced in relation to a wider investigation by Surrey Police, named Operation Ravine. The investigation probed alleged sexual offences connected to the Walton Hop Disco, a youth disco which ran from 1958 until 2001.
During his hearing, Denning was accused of abusing one of his victims at Jimmy Savile’s home. He won over his victims with “the allure of the record industry and celebrity.”
Denning, a prolific pedophile is already serving a 13-year prison sentence for a series of sex offences against 11 children, some as young as eight, between 1969 and 1986.
His Winchester home was once described as an Aladdin’s cave of pornography magazines. The ex-DJ also made video recordings of some of his victims and took photographs as well.
The disgraced DJ’s career crashed after his first conviction of sex offences in 1974.