Seven employees at the Coke County Juvenile Center have been fired by the Texas Youth Commission.
That's after a report of juvenile inmates living in squalid conditions, guards using pepper spray too much, and prison officials intimidating the inmates.
According to officials a criminal investigation has been opened.
On Tuesday, nearly 200 teen inmates were transported out of the prison.
The facility is privately operated by the G-E-O Group of Florida.
The T-Y-C also canceled its eight-million dollar contract with the group, because of what they call "deplorable conditions."