A man who sexually assaulted two boys in Cambridge and a girl in the USA has been jailed for 16 years.
Benjamin Morris, who is 32, was arrested in December 2014, after allegations were made of him sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl while visiting the USA earlier that year.
During the investigation into the offences committed against the girl, officers identified two Cambridge boys who had also been victims.
Morris, of Bourne Road in Cambridge, befriended the boys at an after school club in 2004 when they were aged eight and nine. He began to babysit and sexually abused them on numerous occasions over a six year period.
Morris was sentenced to 16 years in prison and placed on the sex offenders register for life.
Morris abused his position of trust and showed no remorse for his actions, blaming the victims for what happened.
I hope this sentence will provide some form of closure for the victims and allow them to move on with the rest of their lives.
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