Dallas: life prison term for sex abuse of daughter
DALLAS (AP) - A judge has ordered life in prison without parole
for a Dallas-area man convicted of sexually abusing his daughter
Investigators say the girl was abused since age 7, became
pregnant at 13 and gave birth last July. She and the infant are now
in foster care.
DNA testing done for the trial revealed that the victim is not
the 35-year-old man's biological daughter. Jurors convicted him
Wednesday of continuous sexual abuse of a child.
Another daughter, who is 12 and now in foster care, last year
told a counselor about her pregnant sister and seeing the father in
bed with the teen.
The mother of the girls, who at times did not live at the home,
has not been charged.
The man's name is not being used to protect the identities of
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