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Man sentenced for continuous child sexual abuse after being extradited from Mexico

(Source: Ector County website) (Source: Ector County website)
ECTOR COUNTY, TX (KWES) -

A man extradited from Mexico earlier this year has been sentenced in Ector County.

Jose Salis pleaded guilty to continuous sexual assault of a child for September 2007.

He will be serving 38 years in prison.

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