Charges Dropped Against Youth Director Accused of Exposing Self to Minor

Prosecutors said the case couldn't be proved beyond a reasonable doubt

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    Prosecutors have dropped charges against a city youth program director accused of exposing himself to a minor.      

    An assistant district attorney told the Daily News that the charges against Andrew McFall were dropped on Thursday because the case couldn't' be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.      

    McFall was arrested in January. He said MetroCard records showed he wasn't anywhere near the Harlem school where the incident was alleged to happened.      

    His lawyer said authorities should have investigated before charging McFall.   

    The city's Department of Youth and Community Development said McFall would not be returning to his job as director of the city's Youth Connect program.

    It declined to comment further.      

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