CONCORD, N.H. – A New Hampshire lawyer who credited her success to Christianity has been convicted of exploiting her 14-year-old daughter to produce pornography.
Jurors had the case for less than an hour Thursday.
U.S. Attorney John Kacavas says the 43-year-old woman acted not like a mother, but as the girl's "pot pusher, her pornography producer and her predator."
Two men testified they had sex with the woman and with her daughter during separate encounters last year, one in Canada and the other at the lawyer's home. They say the woman recorded several of the sexual encounters.
The Associated Press doesn't typically identify victims of sexual assault without consent. It is not naming the mother to avoid identifying the girl.
The woman's lawyer says she didn't force or prompt her daughter to engage in the sex acts.