MINNEAPOLIS — The Children's Theatre Company in Minneapolis has settled all remaining lawsuits filed by former students who alleged they were sexually abused by staff decades ago.

Attorney Jeff Anderson says all 16 lawsuits against Children's Theatre Company are now resolved. Settlement terms haven't been disclosed, but the theater will pay $500,000 for a fund to support survivors.

Anderson says more than 100 victims were abused by 20 perpetrators.

Some lawsuits name co-founder John Clark Donahue, who was convicted of abuse in the 1980s and died this year, and former teacher Jason McLean, who fled to Mexico in 2017 and recently returned to California.

McLean wasn't criminally charged but faces more than $6 million in judgments. Anderson says he's working to collect.

McLean has denied the allegations. He didn't immediately return a message left Friday by The Associated Press.