TULSA - A district court judge told a woman Monday that "for you to ruin your daughter's life is reprehensible," then gave her four life sentences on multiple counts of sexual abuse.
Dana Langley, 46, and James Don Booker, 27, co-defendants in the case were charged with 14 counts of sexual abuse in a case in which both were accused of having sex with the woman's 14-year-old daughter.
Judge Sharon Holmes hit the Sand Springs woman with two life sentences for enabling child sexual abuse and two life sentences for child sexual abuse after Langley entered a blind plea, which means she plead guilty, but left judgment to the court.
Langley also received a pair of 20-year sentences in the case. The life sentences are to run concurrently.
Booker's case is still pending.
Court documents say the two defendants performed several sexual acts together with the young girl, and the mother stood by while Booker acted alone with the girl.
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