Five men have been found guilty of paying for the sexual services of a child.
Derby Crown Court heard how the men preyed on vulnerable teenage girls, picking them up on the street and paying them around £30 to have sex with them.
The jury was also told how the girls were taken to hotels in Derby and were given drugs.
The men's convictions come after a lengthy investigation by Derbyshire Police which began in July 2010.
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