The man caught having intercourse with a teen he had met online was sentenced Wednesday to 11 years in state prison in Napa County Superior Court.
Aaron Beck, 30, of Chatsworth near Los Angeles, had pleaded no contest late August to the charges. Attorneys then agreed on a 11-year sentence.
Napa County Judge Rodney Stone also ordered Beck to pay restitution, court fees and register as a sex offender.
Beck met the 14-year-old victim on vampirefreaks.com and began corresponding with her, according to court documents.
In February, Beck took a train to Napa from Simi Valley to meet the girl, according to police documents. He was caught in the girl’s bedroom on Feb. 3, according to police. The abuse started on Feb. 1, according to court records.
Beck was charged with eight counts of lewd acts with a child and one count of burglary because prosecutors say he entered the home with an intent to commit a crime.
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The victim did not attend Wednesday’s sentencing, nor did her parents.
“It’s a scary incident,” Deputy District Attorney Paul Gero said after the sentence. Defense attorney Michael Keeley declined comment.
Beck was convicted of a sex offense in Ventura County in 2008.
Beck pleaded no contest on Aug. 24 to three of the alleged sex offenses and the burglary charge. He also admitted that he was a sex offender.