A rapist who subjected a girl to more than a decade of sexual abuse was today jailed for 20 years.
Ikhlaque Nazir Chohdry, 58, of Emerald Road in north west London, was found guilty last week of five counts of rape of a female and six counts of indecent assault.
Police said their inquiries had established his victim was targeted a number of times between when she was aged between seven and 20.
Chohdry was arrested as part of their investigation in May 2013 and later charged.
Today he was sentenced at Harrow Crown Court to two decades in prison.
Scotland Yard's Detective Constable Luke Williams said: "Chohdry subjected the victim to a horrific ordeal of abuse from a very young age. I commend her bravery in coming forward and providing the evidence that brought him to justice.
"This sentence illustrates that society is unwilling to accept this abhorrent behaviour. The Met will continue to work tirelessly to keep the children of London safe, and ensure that victims are given the opportunity to be heard."
Chohdry was found not guilty of one count of rape and one count of attempted anal rape of a male under 16, police said.