A former attorney who said he never meant to steal from the guardianship accounts of the mentally disabled and elderly individuals he was entrusted to protect was sentenced Tuesday to five to 15 years in prison.

During a three-hour hearing, a tearful Steven T. Rondos said he was "not some kind of monster…but a decent human being who made some serious mistakes."

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