The men have been identified as Theodore Thomas Browne and Christopher Darren Weldon, according to a press release from the Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr.
Browne is accused of recruiting or enticing a person under 18 for the purpose of trafficking; transporting a person under 18 for the purpose of sexual servitude; harboring and providing a person under 18 for the purpose of sexual servitude; committing an immoral and indecent act on a child under 16, including sodomy; and causing cruel and excessive physical pain to a child under 18.
If convicted on all counts, Browne could face a maximum sentence of life plus 120 years of imprisonment.
Weldon was indicted for knowingly harboring or providing a person under the age of 18 for the purpose of sexual servitude; committing an immoral or indecent act on a child under the age of 16, including sodomy; and engaging in sexual intercourse with a person under 16 who was not a spouse.
If convicted of all counts, Weldon faces a maximum sentence of life plus 80 years.
Indictments contain only allegations against the individuals in the indictment and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.