Every man of the cloth is not a man of God. A second of three Ohio ministers accused of enticing teen girls to have sex with them pleaded guilty Tuesday to federal charges that include child sex trafficking.
Cordell Jenkins pleaded guilty to child sex trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. Another minister has already pleaded guilty, and the third is scheduled to go on trial next week.
Federal authorities say the men, who operated their own churches in the Toledo-area, paid teen girls for sex over several years and shared photos and videos of the girls.
Court documents have referenced three victims, the youngest being 14.
Jenkins was accused of having sex with two girls, one of whom attended his church, according to an FBI agent.
He had sex with the girls at his home, church office and a motel and often recorded the acts with his phone, authorities said in court documents.
Jenkins’ plea agreement did not include a negotiated sentence. His attorney declined comment, citing a court-imposed gag order.
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