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Ex-supervisor denies molesting boys at residential school

A three-week long trial of a former supervisor of an Indian residential school in Beauval, Sask., has concluded with the accused denying the allegations.

A three-week long trial of a former supervisor of an Indian residential school in Beauval, Sask., has concluded with the accused denying the allegations.

Paul Leroux is facing multiple counts of sexual abuse involving 14 young boys. The incidents are alleged to have occurred in the 1950s and 60s.

Leroux defended himself at the trial and, in his final arguments in court Tuesday, he denied all the charges.

The judge on the case will provide a decision in one week.

Leroux was a dorm supervisor.

The trial was held in North Battleford.

(With files from CBC's David Shield)

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