Camden woman pleads guilty to sex trafficking of teenage girl

A New Jersey woman has pleaded guilty to the sex trafficking of a teenage girl. federal prosecutors said.

Aja Easley entered her plea Wednesday. The 22-year-old Camden woman now faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison when she’s sentenced Nov. 22 and could get a life term.

Authorities have said that Easley and two New Jersey men convinced the teen to work as a prostitute at motels in Mount Laurel and Cherry Hill in March 2015.

They say the three then arranged for the teen to meet a client in Atlantic City. But as they drove there they agreed to let her stop at a Gloucester City home, where she managed to call police.

The two men are charged with conspiracy and sex trafficking of a minor.

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