(Fox News) Three pastors worked together to entice teen girls to have sex, often for money, and shared photos and videos of the girls, federal prosecutors said.
One founded his own church and built a large following in Toledo. The other two oversaw congregations with a few dozen people that met in rented spaces.
All three pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges that include child sex trafficking and sexual exploitation of children. Each could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted.
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