A former teacher at a Catholic boarding school south of Sydney who allegedly repeatedly sexually abused two young teenage boys has been granted bail.
Brian Walter Napper, 74, was arrested at his Lakemba home on Tuesday and was charged with 13 historical child sexual abuse charges.
The boys, then aged 13 and 14, were allegedly abused on numerous occasions at Chevalier College in Burradoo between 1985 and 1987.
Two of the charges are homosexual intercourse with a male aged between 10 and 18 years.
Napper was granted strict conditional bail in Bankstown Local Court on Wednesday preventing him from contacting any prosecution witnesses.
He is also restricted from having unsupervised contact with a person under 18-years-old and from entering any child education facilities, among other conditions.
Napper is due next in Moss Vale Local Court on March 22.
Since 2019, police have been investigating allegations of abuse at the college in the 1980s.
The school was established by the Missionaries of the Sacred Heart in 1946 as a boarding and day school.
Another former teacher at the school in the 1980s was jailed in December for 15 years for abusing students.
Father Anthony William Peter Caruana attacked students in a swimming pool, a band storage room, dormitories, his office and on rugby pitches while working at the NSW Southern Highlands school from 1982 to 1989.
Australian Associated Press
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