Winston-Salem, NC -- A judge sentenced a Winston-Salem man to at least 114 years in prison for child sex abuse charges Monday, according to the Winston-Salem Journal.
A Forsyth County jury convicted Corey Lamont McClamb, 42, of 11 counts of raping and sexually abusing a young girl.
McClamb was convicted on two counts of statutory rape, three counts of felony child abuse by sexual act, three counts of taking indecent liberties with a minor and three counts of statutory sex offense, according to the Journal.
Judge Christopher Bragg sentenced him to 114 to 138 years in prison.
The victim, now 17, testified that she and McClamb knew each other when the two lived in another state. The sexual abuse started when she was 8 years old and continued when the two moved to Winston-Salem.
McClamb abused the victim from June 2009 to September 2010 in Winston-Salem. The victim told a guidance counselor at her school about the abuse when she was 15 years old.
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