SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — A 22-year-old Stockton man is behind bars after being accused of using Facebook to lure women and girls into the sex trade.
In all, prosecutors say, Allen Kahrion Jackson got nine women and four girls to become sex workers.
He was charged Wednesday with 10 felony counts of pandering by procuring, four felony counts of human trafficking of a minor, three felony counts of pandering with a minor over 16 years old by procuring, one felony count of unlawful sexual intercourse and one felony count of pandering with a minor over 16 years old as an inmate in house of prostitution.
If convicted on all the new charges, he faces a maximum sentence of 33 years and 11 months in state prison.
Jackson was previously charged Feb. 23, with two felony counts of pimping and two felony counts of pandering. He faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in state prison for those charges. Jackson is being held on $100,000 bail and must prove the funds are from a legal and legitimate source before posting bond.
The defendant is accused of having a sexual relationship with one girls.
He is scheduled for pretrial hearing on the previous charges and a continued arraignment on the new charges. Both cases will be heard at 9 a.m. July 29 in Santa Ana.
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force, which investigated this case, arrested the defendant at a motel, where they used an undercover officer posing as a john. The investigation in this case is continuing.
Deputy District Attorney Bryan Clavecilla is prosecuting the case.