A man already accused of taking video of women inside of a gym locker room is facing 74 more charges of voyeurism.
John Eddy, 58, was a YMCA janitor before investigators connected him to a camera found in a Lake Wylie YMCA.
Now, he is accused of placing a similar camera in a Fort Mill YMCA.
Investigators said there are 80 victims – 80 different women seen on camera, but none of them have been identified yet.
A computer at the suspect's home is the reason that investigators made the connection between the two YMCAs.
"I will not be working out here anymore because of that to be honest with you," said Kristi Dzielski.
She was disgusted to find out that she may have been videotaped in the women's restroom.
"Yeah, it makes me worried that he actually does have pictures of me," she said.
Earlier in the month, York County deputies had arrested Eddy after managers found a small camera in the women's locker room at night, giving him access.
Detectives found six women videotaped on that camera that was found on June 12, but when they searched Eddy's home, they said they found computer evidence that showed 74 other victims. That is when they realized that Eddy may have placed a camera in the Gold Hill YMCA as well.
Eddy turned himself in this morning and men and women in York County are glad to hear it.
"It is violating people's privacy. You are spying on people especially in a YMCA. It is a family place. I didn't really think anything like this would ever happen at a YMCA," said Cory Nicholson.
Each count of voyeurism has a potential penalty of three years in prison.
That means Eddy could be looking at life in prison if convicted.