#minorsextrafficking | San Jose man gets 38 years for child sex trafficking | State


SAN JOSE — A federal judge in San Jose sentenced a man convicted in a child sex trafficking scheme to more than 38 years in prison, according to an announcement Thursday from U.S. Attorney Stephanie Hinds and the FBI.

Ariel Guizar-Cuellar, 41, of San Jose, was sentenced to 460 months in prison in connection with multiple charges for his role in a Bay Area conspiracy to exploit children for pornography and sex trafficking. He is one of four people convicted in the scheme.



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