From Black Voices

The former Fugees “Killing Me Softly” director was convicted on multiple counts of aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child endangerment, aggravated criminal sexual contact and criminal sexual contact.

Ayinde, whose original name is Charles McGill, faces 40 years when sentenced and more than 100 years if convicted of all charges of raping and impregnating four other daughters that he faces in upcoming trials.

“We definitely found the daughter’s testimony credible,” said juror Suzanne Miller to The Record, as she left the courthouse with fellow jurors. “We all agreed. It was a unanimous decision.”

The unnamed daughter, who is now 23 years old and went to police back in 2006 to reveal the 17 years of horrors her family had endured, testified that her molestation began as a child. She also stated that her father would beat her, their mother and sisters incessantly.

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