A man in Putnam County has been found guilty of using hidden cameras to record video of two teenage girls while they were naked.
Frank Landon Adams, 53, was found guilty of tampering with physical evidence, video voyeurism, and interception of oral communication, a third-degree felony.
A jury in Putnam County deliberated for less than an hour Wednesday before delivering the verdict.
Assistant State Attorney Jennifer Dunton said Adams earned the trust of his victims and then recorded them nude without their knowledge.
Authorities said evidence showed that he used a hidden camera to record two 16-year-old victims while they were using his guest bedroom in his Interlachen home.
Adams also videotaped one of the 16-year-old girls in her bedroom at her house with a hidden camera he placed in the victim’s closet, authorities said.
According to investigators, Adams destroyed physical evidence on his computer with a disk scrubbing program before the Putnam County Sheriff's Office arrived to serve a search warrant.
Authorities said Adams recorded one of the victims showering in the guest bathroom, and then later, on the telephone after she is dressed. The defendant then went into the bathroom and began a conversation with the victim, which can be heard on recovered video evidence, investigators said.
Adams is scheduled to be sentenced Tuesday afternoon.