Ex-CNBC director pleads guilty to spying on nanny

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A former CNBC director has pleaded guilty to charges of spying on his teenage nanny in his Pleasantville home.

Authorities say back in November, Daniel Switzen, 44, placed a camera inside a tissue box in his bathroom and used it to capture video of the 19-year-old victim and her friends.

Switzen faces four years in prison when he's sentenced in August.

He will also have to register as a sex offender when he's released.

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