Prison for a man who "showed no remorse" after raping girls three times
A man who has raped a young girl three times and "showed no remorse" has been detained for 17 years.
Jacob Heranwa, 49, of Bernard Close, Huntingdon, raped her three times.
Heranwa denied three cases of rape of a child under the age of 13, but was found guilty before the Peterborough Crown Court after a four-day trial
He was sentenced on Thursday (18 January) to 17 years at each count to run at the same time, and said he would serve an extended license for eight years in the release.
He also became the subject of an indefinite Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
DC Ruth Craig, investigating, said the victim and her family had been incredibly brave.
She said, "The victim should have been safe and yet he used the opportunity to commit serious violations of her."
"He has shown no trace of remorse for his actions, instead trying to blame the victim and the sentence reflects that.
"Anyone with child abuse concerns should contact the Cambridgeshire police, child social services, or the NSPCC"
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