Last month, a Bexar County jury found 32-year-old Willie David Floyd guilty of four counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child. (Photo: Bexar County Sheriff's Office)
SAN ANTONIO -- A man has been sentenced to four 'stacked' life sentences for child sex abuse.
Last month, a Bexar County jury found 32-year-old Willie David Floyd guilty of four counts of Aggravated Sexual Assault of a Child.
The Bexar County District Attorney's Office says that back in 2014 a 7-year-old girl told a children's shelter worker Floyd had sexually abused her. The girl then made another outcry a year later, saying that Floyd had sexually abused her 6-year-old special needs brother as well.
So, if the girl told the shelter that she had been assaulted by Floyd, how was he able to molest her brother a year later. Someone didn't do their job very well.
During his trial and sentencing hearing, Floyd maintained his innocence. Prosecutors asked the judge to stack Floyd's life sentences, and the motion was granted.
"This man's behavior is disgusting and this is what will happen to animals who prey on children and special needs children," said District Attorney Nico LaHood. "I am very proud of the hard work of prosecutors Anna Scott and Marissa Giovenco."
Floyd will not eligible for parole for 120 years.