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Md. man who took teen to sex parties sentenced

GREENBELT, Md. (WUSA9) -- A judge has sentenced an Upper Marlboro man to 10 years in prison for taking a teenager to sex parties, officials said.

Troy Walker, 48, otherwise known as "Caveman," asked a 17-year-old girl to work for him at parties advertised as sex parties or "gang bangs." Walker hosted these parties through a Company called Quest For Fire, according to his plea agreement.

Guests who wanted to go to the parties would text Walker for the location and pay an entry fee. Then they could engage in sexual acts with girls that Walker provided.

In August 2012, Walker rented an apartment for the victim and had her engage in sex acts with guests at his parties. He also used her photo for ads on the Internet and transported her from D.C. to Maryland, officials said.

The victim said Walker assaulted her multiple times. She worked for Walker at the parties hosted in Prince George's County from April 1 to September 15, 2012, while she was 17-years-old, officials said.

Walker must also register as a sex offender upon his release.

The case was investigated by the FBI-led Maryland Child Exploitation Task Force.


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