Not even the sickening sight of a child molester professing his love for one of his tormented victims was enough to undo a sweetheart plea deal.

So, despite the pleas of the victim and prosecutors, acting Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Martin Murphy stuck to the two-year sentence he’d offered a serial pedophile.

Andrew Goodman pleaded guilty last month to 48 felonies — “even more than Jerry Sandusky,” as his victim pointed out.

And prosecutors were prepared to seek a seven-year sentence on each count.

But Murphy last month dangled the bare minimum in front of Goodman — who quickly snatched what even his own lawyer called “an amazing deal.”

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