Former government contractor sentenced to life in prison

Former Harris Corp. employee gets life for sex trafficking girls


MIAMI – U.S. District Judge Robert Scola Jr. sentenced Christopher Glenn, a Department of Defense private contractor accused of sex-trafficking teenage girls, Friday to life in prison. 

FBI agents arrested Glenn, 37, at Century Village in West Palm Beach. In March, a jury found him guilty of trafficking minors for sex, sexually assaulting a minor and possession of child pornography. 

Glenn, also known as Fernando Albergue, Derek John Michael and Yusef, committed most of his crimes while working for Harris Corp. at a U.S. military base.

Prosecutors said he staged weddings with some of the girls. His victims were ages 13 to 16 and were from Honduras and Mexico.  


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