A Honesdale, Pennsylvania, high school teacher was charged with 14 counts of invasion of privacy for taking photos of female students’ “intimate parts” as he taught Spanish classes, state police say.

Gaspare Michola Gambino, 34, of Honesdale, Pennsylvania, was arraigned Wednesday on the 14 counts of invasion of privacy by Magisterial District Judge Linus Myers, the Times-Tribune first reported. Bail was set at $10,000 and his charges are only misdemeanor severity. Several students in one of his classes first discovered the array of photos showing fellow female students on his iPad, troopers said.

State troopers involved in the investigation tell WNEP-TV that several of the photos showing the students including photos of their “private parts,” while others showed the students wearing clothes.

After being suspended in September with pay, investigations by state police and cooperation from Wayne Highlands School District officials found the lewd photos of at least 14 different female students.

Investigators also used a warrant to search Gambino’s Google cloud files thought to contain additional photos of the girls snapped on his iPad. The total number of female students in Gambino's photograph stash has not yet been determined, investigators said.

The Spanish teacher at Honesdale High School taught since 2015 and is currently being held in the Wayne County jail awaiting a preliminary hearing on Jan. 17.