As the boyfriend's father drove his son around searching for the girl, investigators said the boyfriend told his father to take him home because she wasn't alive.The teen's dad contacted the city of South Houston Police Department.Archibald argued there was only one woman videotaped undressed for ten seconds.Another was recorded while using the restroom but Archibald said she should not be considered a victim.During Monday's sentencing hearing, Madison County deputy prosecuting attorney Rob Wood recommended Mac Cabe serve two to five years on probation."He should at least get the chance to be on probation, do treatment and see if he can succeed," Wood said.Moeller also addressed concerns that Mac Cabe originally blamed the apartment complex maintenance man for the hidden camera."You were initially playing along with the roommates conclusion that someone else must be to blame because they knew your 'character' and knew that your weren't capable of this," Moeller said.
"We ask the court to not require him to register as a sex offender," Archibald said.
Mac Cabe was ordered to pay various fines and to reimburse counseling service costs for the victims.
He will also serve sixty days in the Madison County jail with credit for ten days served.
According to a pre-sentence report, Mac Cabe admitted that he had, on another occasion, planted a Go Pro camera in a closet of the same apartment and recorded a woman undressing.
In another voyeuristic act, Mac Cabe admitted to watching a woman shower without her knowledge.