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WorldSex ring leader given 60 life sentences for abuse

07:00  29 may  2019
07:00  29 may  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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The leader of a US sex ring has received 60 life sentences in connection to the sexual abuse of children. Four gang affiliates who murdered a UK teenager and posted the shocking crime on Snapchat have each been given life sentences .

The leader of a US sex ring has received 60 life sentences in connection to the sexual abuse of children. Christopher Sena was convicted of 95 of the 120 counts earlier this year. He was sentenced overnight in the US to a minimum of 341 years behind bars. Sena and his wife and former wife were

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Scales of justice.

The leader of a US sex ring has received 60 life sentences in connection to the sexual abuse of children.

Christopher Sena was convicted of 95 of the 120 counts earlier this year. He was sentenced overnight in the US to a minimum of 341 years behind bars.

Sena and his wife and former wife were first accused of abusing multiple children for more than a decade in 2014.

The abuse was discovered after Deborah Sena - another adult and one of the children - told a family lawyer about the abuse.

The lawyer contacted the police and a SWAT team served a warrant on September 18, 2014, at the family's trailer near Nellis Air Force Base.

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Sex ring leader Christopher Sena was sentenced Tuesday in a Las Vegas courtroom. He received 60 life sentences with a minimum of 341 years. "The abuse literally happened for nearly two decades, 20 years," said Sweetin. He was found guilty on multiple accounts of sexual assault of a minor, incest

Sex ring leader given 60 life sentences for abuse . The leader of a US sex ring has received 60 life sentences in connection to the sexual abuse of children.

Deborah Sena and Terri Senna were sentenced to life in prison in March 2016 with the possibility of parole after 10 years.

During the month-long trial for Mr Sena, each of his seven children and Terri and Deborah described the abuse they suffered at Mr Sena's hands.

He was found guilty on multiple accounts of sexual assault of a minor, incest, production of pornography, lewdness with a child younger than 14 and child abuse.

Some of the acts that were videotaped were played at his trial.

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