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Man gets three life sentences for child's sexual assault

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - Felix George was sentenced to three concurrent life sentences without the possibility of parole for first degree criminal sexual conduct. He and was also sentenced to an additional 25 years to run consecutively for the convictions of five counts of second degree criminal sexual conduct and one count of terrorizing.

In March George was found guilty of sexually assaulting a nine-year-old girl for three years. The assaults included penetration and touching, and that he threatened to hurt her and her family if she ever told anyone. George has two prior cases - one in which he admittedly forced a 10-year-old girl to kiss him on the lips and then stuck his tongue into her mouth. In another case, he pled guilty to 2nd degree criminal sexual conduct for touching a 12-year-old girl and was incarcerated and placed on the Sex Offender Registry.

Chief prosecutor Basil O'Mallan said, "Felix is an unrepentant, out-of-control pedophile who continues to prey on the children of this island.  He is a danger to all children and should never step foot outside the confines of the Department of Corrections. 

"He is the poster child of all perverts."

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