The arrests of Rev. Eugene Heyndricks, 61, of Guttenberg, N.J. and the Rev. William Giblin, 70, the former headmaster of Seton Hall prep school, have helped investigators uncover a massive sex-ring operating in Montreal they say caters to U.S. pedophiles.  Montreal Police Constable Ian Lafreniere told The Post that There were hundreds of young males being sold through the ring, some as young as 14.  Giblin was charged with pimping, while Heyndricks, assigned to St. John Nepomucene Church in Guttenberg, was charged with soliciting sex from an underage prostitute.  Giblin was charged with pimping, an offense that carries up to 10 years in prison, because he was showing Heyndricks where to find a boy to have sex.  Another 32 people were picked up in a series of raids on the bawdy houses from where the teens had been forced to work at prices ranging from $15 to $150.  The ring was set up specifically for American pedophiles and often dealt in U.S. dollars.  Giblin and Heyndricks were released on $1,000 bond and sent home.

Heyndricks pleaded guilty and the charges against Giblin were withdrawn due to lack of evidence.

Heyndricks was sentenced to two years of unsupervised probation.  He was also prohibited Thursday from being alone with children during that time.

(Montreal, Canada)