I was wrong. He got 4 life terms. He is ineligible for parole on one of them.
It took jurors about 45 minutes of deliberation Friday to sentence an alleged crack cocaine dealer to four life sentences — one of which has no possibility of parole — for the kidnapping, rape and forced prostitution of a 13-year-old.
Juan Moreno, 45, stood silently as state District Judge Ron Rangel read the sentences. Moreno had faced between 25 years and life in prison without parole for super aggravated sexual assault of a child and between 15 years and life in prison for aggravated kidnapping.
The other two convictions, human trafficking and compelling prostitution, are generally second-degree felonies with maximum sentences of 20 years, but they were enhanced because of his prior trip to prison.
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