- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 8, 2014

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - A southern New Jersey man is facing five years in prison after pleading guilty to human trafficking in a case involving male prostitution.

The state attorney general’s office says Marc Branch, of Ventnor, operated a prostitution ring out of his apartment in Ventnor, where he prostituted young men for up to $200 per sex act.

Branch pleaded guilty Tuesday to conspiracy to commit human trafficking. A client of the ring, Francis Forvour, of Maple Shade, pleaded guilty to the same count and faces four years in prison.

Both men are due to be sentenced Dec. 12.

Branch was arrested in October 2012.



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