Disgraced celebrity publicist Max Clifford (pictured outside court today) has been jailed for a total of eight years for a string of indecent assaults against girls and young women.
On Monday the 71-year-old became the first person to be convicted under Operation Yewtree.
Sentencing the PR man, Judge Anthony Leonard said he had groomed and degraded his victims.
Mr Leonard ruled that Clifford should serve his eight sentences of between six and 24 months consecutively.
He said that Clifford - whose lawyer later said an appeal was being considered - should serve at least half his total sentence in jail.
The judge said some of the offences would be charged as rape if they had happened today.
Earlier, the court had heard how Clifford's abuse changed the course of the four women's lives.
In statements read out by the prosecution, one victim - who was 15 at the time - revealed how she had missed out on having her first sexual relationship with someone her own age because of what Clifford did.
Another said she would cry whenever she saw him on TV following the assault and feared police would laugh at her when she finally came forward.
Prosecuting barrister Rosina Cottage QC said one of the women felt she had "lost the last 20 years" of her life.
Speaking after the sentencing, the Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders said Clifford "thought he was able to abuse his position of power".