LEESBURG, Fla. --
Two 6-year-old boys were caught performing oral and anal sex at a day camp in Leesburg.The mother of one of the boys told WESH 2 News that her 6-year old son came home describing oral and anal sex acts he took part in at the city-run summer camp.She asked WESH 2 News to conceal her identity to protect her son."I was shocked, upset, concerned and worried as to where my son had learned this from," she said.The incident occured under a piece of playground equipment, just large enough for the kids to get underneath and conceal what they were doing from counselors. Another camper noticed what was going on."[The counselors] were there all over the playground," said Deputy City Manager Jay Evans. "And they weren't clustered all in one area, they were dispersed all over the playground. It's hard to fathom how this happened."Once counselors got wind of what was going on, Evans said they jumped into action."We immediately contacted law enforcement, we brought in the Department of Children and Families and the Children's Advocacy Center to see if we'd determine where this inappropriate contact originated," he said.According to both 6-year-old boys, an 8-year-old boy at camp taught them what to do and this wasn't their first time."They believe that it happened between eight and 10 times over the course of three weeks," the mother said.She said the camp counselors should have been watching the kids more closely.Evans said investigators were looking to see where at least one of the children learned the conduct, but weren't able to determine that.The city said it was aware of the sexual incident. City officials didn't dispute that it took place, and they said they have made some changes to prevent it from happening again.All three children who were involved in the incident no longer attend camp, and the city has since boarded up all access under the playground equipment.The city has also offered counseling to the families and training to the counselers so that they will know not to assume children are playing innocently, officials said. They will also be trained to keep a closer watch on the kids."It's very emotional, very unsettling," the mother said. "You know, you're entrusting your child to someone to take care of them and protect them."