Criminal Law

Student’s Father Sentenced to 60 Years After Conviction of Sex Trafficking at a College

A man convicted of extortion and forcing into labor or prostitution some women he met at his daughter’s on-campus housing at Sarah Lawrence College was sentenced Friday to 60 years in prison.

Larry Ray, 63, was sentenced in Manhattan federal court by Judge Lewis J. Liman, who described his crimes as “particularly heinous.”  

Liman announced the sentence after Assistant U.S. Attorney Mollie Bracewell said that age will not deter Ray from inflicting the kinds of “unspeakable cruelty” on others that he did for the last decade on the friends of his daughter after he met them at Sarah Lawrence College, a small New York liberal arts school.

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