...you make the "My Documents" folder disappear on the Desktop? RIGHT click on the Desktop, choose "Properties". Then click on the "Desktop" tab, then the "Customize Desktop" button. In the upper section, UNCHECK ALL of the listed icon selections..My Computer, My Documents, My Network Places, and Internet Explorer. Now click on "Apply", then OK. The "My Documents" folder should now disappear from the desktop. Restart the computer.
Since shortcuts on "point" to the main folder/file in the Windows Explorer file structure, you should now be able to safely delete any remaining "My Documents" shortcuts on the desktop.
Next, do exactly the same thing again, but since all the boxes should be unchecked in the "Customize Desktop" option, click on the "Restore Default" button to set the default settings again. Click on "Apply", then OK. Now restart the computer again.
Now, for the last time, do the same thing again, BUT this time, place a CHECK mark in those items you want on the desktop..My Computer, My Documents, etc. As before, click on "Apply", then OK.
If the above steps don't fix the issue, (it's only a guess and may not), you should be able to cure the problem by copying all of the files and folders from within the "My Documents folder to a separate/new/backup folder on your desktop then deleting the unnecessary "My Documents" folder. Once you're sure that you've got all your important data backed up, then simply delete the incorrect "My Documents" folder...As you've previously suggested, there should NOT be a second "My Documents" folder "inside" the first "My Documents" folder.( The first user account that shows a path to My Docs is the ''Brady(me/admin)'' and that path is, C:\Docs & Set\Brady\My Docs\My Docs.)
All the pathways to the other accounts are correct and should be left as is..
Hope this helps.