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Three Ohio pastors have been indicted on sex trafficking charges with prosecutors saying they all worked together to lure underage girls with money in exchange for sex.

The Dayton Daily News reports that a grand jury indicted Rev. Cordell Jenkins, Rev. Anthony Haynes and Rev. Kenneth Butler to “conspiracy to sex traffic children.” Tuesday, November 14, 2017, all three men pleaded not guilty to the charge.

Back in July, Haynes and Jenkins were indicted on child sex trafficking charges.

In an interview with WTVG-TV, Jenkins attorney explained that her client was facing, “very serious allegations.”

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(Source: Dayton Daily News)

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