Child Sexual Abuser Sent To Prison Thanks To His Diary

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ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) - A St. Louis man was sentenced to life in prison after a diary he wrote detailing his crimes was found.
Ronald Little pleaded guilty to 107 counts of child sexual abuse. Two of Little's daughters and his granddaughter were among his victims.
"Everything ranging from forcible rape to forcible sodomy," according to the St. Louis prosecutor Colleen Lang.
Lang said the Circuit Attorney's office used accounts from "brave" victims and the diary to put Little in prison for life.
Lang said Little had other victims, but the statute of limitations kept him from being charged for those crimes.
The abuse happened at Little's home from 1996 to 2010.

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