September 16, 2014
HAGATNA, Guam (AP) - A Guam man who was arrested after an 11-year-old became pregnant has been convicted of sexually assaulting the girl and two others.
The Pacific Daily News reports 52-year-old Nicholas Camaddu was convicted Monday of criminal sexual conduct.
He was arrested in February 2012 after the girl reported she was pregnant. Police say they then uncovered two other young female victims.
Attorney General spokeswoman Carlina Charfauros says prosecutors plan to pursue a sentence of life in prison without parole. Sentencing is set for June 20.
Camaddu previously was convicted of criminal sexual conduct in 1979 after he and two other men raped a woman in her Dededo home. The judge in that case described the crime as "gruesome" and said he regretted not being able to sentence Camaddu to life in prison.
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