Sterling man sentenced for sexual battery of an 11-year-old
A Sterling man has received two 10-year sentences for sexually assaulting a child.
Oscar Ivan Flores-Otero, 36, was sentenced by Judge Benjamin N.A. Kendrick on Sept. 13 for two counts of aggravated sexual battery. Flores-Otero pleaded guilty to the charges April 26.
The victim was 11-years-old, and the abuse occurred over the course of several years, according to Heather Williamson, spokesperson for the Loudoun Commonwealth's Attorney's Office.
In addition to the 10-year active sentence, Flores-Otero received 20 years of suspended time. As such, he will be on probation for 20 years following his release. He will also be required to register as a sex offender.
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