The girl said that Allen then put his hand in her pants and molested her, but Allen told police that he only touched the girl on the hips and any contact in her pants was accidental. He also told police that he thought the girl "wanted to take it further".
He previously pleaded not guilty, but was convicted following a hearing. The girl told police she was initially shocked then became upset and told a friend. Mr Chicken said Allen "perceived there was some encouragement from this young lady" and that Allen exercised "very poor judgment".
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Former high-school science teacher Mohamad Mohmoud Alnaghy, 58, of Dapto, had pleaded guilty to a single charge of procuring a child under 14 for unlawful sexual activity.
The company expected to keep Allen on as an upholsterer, a letter tendered to the court stated.
Allen was alone with the girl at a home on April 18 last year when he walked up behind her and put his hands on her hips, the court heard.
He will be first eligible for parole on September 14, 2020.
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Given the kidnapping sentence was to be served concurrently with the sexual intercourse sentence, the change effectively makes no difference to the amount of time Allen will spend in jail.
He will still serve 10 years for the sexual intercourse offence.
He had admitted trying to coax the 12-year-old into the shopping centre's toilets with the promise that he would buy him "anything" if the child touched his genitals.
Magistrate Darryl Pearce rejected a request from Alnaghy's lawyer, Aaron Kernaghan, to impose a suspended prison sentence instead of full-time jail.
His victims were all affected by the crimes and some suffered major psychiatric problems in later years.