A Queens home belonging to a Little League coach who sexually abused young boys will go up for auction this week, with the proceeds benefiting his victims.
“There is some psychic satisfaction in selling the only asset that this man has,’’ the boys’ lawyer, Scott Charnas, said of convicted pedophile David Hartshorn.
“The boys will never get enough money, but maybe this will help give them a little bit of a start in life.”
Hartshorn, 59, who was once named Coach of the Year at the Rochdale Village Little League, pleaded guilty in 2012 to having sex with three boys inside the home at 170-10 144th St. and filming the horrific acts.
He is now serving 18 years behind bars.
The victims sued and won damages of around $3.1 million, but the house was Hartshorn’s only asset, Charnas said.
The home will have a minimum bid of $200,000 at sheriff’s sale Wednesday, said Misha Haghani, who heads Paramount Realty USA.
“It feels good to know that he won’t have a place to go home to when he gets out,’’ one of Hartshorn’s victims told The Post.