The daughter of a triple murderer has said she does not want him to be allowed in her hometown.
Tasnim Lowe was just 16 months old when her father, Azhar Ali Mehmood, murdered her mother, auntie and grandmother in a house fire.
Mehmood could be considered for parole next year.
Speaking on Good Morning Britain, Tasnim said she does not want him to be allowed back to her hometown, Telford in Shropshire, if he is released.
Lucy Lowe - Tasnim's mother - her auntie Sarah and her grandmother Linda were all murdered by Mehmood in an arson attack in 2000.
Tasnim was found wrapped in a blanket under a tree in the back garden.
Mehmood denied murder but was convicted of three counts of murder and one count of attempted murder by a jury in 2001. He was jailed for life with a minimum term of 18 years.
Now aged 18 and in light of the Telford abuse scandal, Tasnim is questioning her mother's relationship with Mehmood.
Lucy was 13 when she met Mehmood, a taxi driver 10 years her senior. She was just 14 when she gave birth to Tasnim.
Mehmood was never charged or convicted of any sex offences.
Lucy was pregnant with her second child when she died, aged 16.
Tasnim said she was raising awareness about their relationship to give her mother 'a voice'.
Tasnim visited Mehmood in prison when she turned 16. She said he never showed any remorse for what he did.
Sunday Mirror journalist Geraldine McKelvie, who worked on the investigation, has praised Tasnim’s bravery.
An investigation by a Sunday newspaper has estimated up to 1,000 children in Telford have been victim to child sexual abuse over the last four decades.
The Home Office has said that there won't be a separate inquiry into the abuse in Telford, because of the national investigation already underway.
ITV News Central contacted West Mercia and Warwickshire Police but they have not responded.
Mehmood did not respond to Good Morning Britain's request for a comment.