The young man at the centre of an "upskirting" case has been sentenced to a 20-hour Attendance Centre Order.

Timothy Boomer was found guilty of five counts of committing an act outraging public decency in relation to videos he made while he was a student at Enniskillen Royal Grammar School.

The videos were recorded between dates in 2015 and 2016.

Sitting just in front of the two victims at Fermanagh Magistrates Court, Boomer was ordered to take part in the restorative order to understand issues surrounding why he did it and the impact his actions had on the victims.

Frank O'Donoghue QC, representing Boomer said how his client comes before the court as an almost 19-year-old man for offences which took place when he was 14 and 15 years old.

He said life moves quickly for a young man and that his client was effectively "a very different person from the time of the offences".

Mr. O'Donoghue said his client never denied committing the acts and that he fully accepts the distress and offensive natures of them and that his apologetic stance will hopefully be accepted by the two victims.

He said his client acknowledged that it was gross intrusion of privacy and it is important the court knows and deals with a young man fully accepting of the moral wrongdoing.

Mr. O'Donoghue pointed out that the case was based purely on legal issue on whether the offence was met with the facts presented and although the court had ruled against him and his client, there was to be no appeal as Boomer just wanted to move on with his life.

The defence barrister said this showed a lot of maturity by his client.

The widespread media attraction to the case was mentioned by the defence to which District Judge Michael Ranaghan added that he did not want to see the scenes which took place outside the courthouse the last time Boomer appeared. A sentiment he repeated during sentencing.

Judge Ranaghan in handing down his sentence said there was very much no winners or losers and the case had been a difficult one throughout.

He said they panel had considered the report from the Youth Justice Agency along with the victim impact statements which details the two teachers’ feelings of violation, objectification and vulnerability as well as the emotional and physical effect it had on their lives.

The judge did say that there was clear and genuine remorse from Boomer which had strengthened over time.

In handing down the Attendance Centre Order, Judge Ranaghan told Boomer that he must work with the agency to understand victimisation and victim impact, concluding by hoping that everybody can now move on now.