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American pleads guilty on child sex charges

American pleads guilty on child sex charges

AN American man pleaded guilty in a Washington state court on Tuesday to having sex with underage girls while on a trip to Cambodia in January, according to an article posted on news website wireupdate.com. Craig Carr, 59, reportedly paid US$8,000 to a broker in Cambodia who organised underaged girls for Carr to have sex with, a prosecutor told the court. He confessed to having sex with three girls during an eight-day trip to Cambodia. He faces a sentence of 15 to 30 years in prison, and lifetime supervision following his release. He has also agreed to compensate the victims.

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