- Associated Press - Monday, July 20, 2015

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - U.S. Attorney Kenneth Polite (Puh-LEET) says a 26-year-old Dallas man who created a radio program called “Cheap Hoes Gotta Go” has been sentenced after admitting he brought a 16-year-old to Louisiana as a prostitute.

Polite says Taurean Jackson was sentenced last week to 22½ years for conspiring to bring the Dallas-area girl to the New Orleans area for prostitution, and for obstructing a federal investigation.

Polite says District Judge Susie Morgan also ordered Jackson to pay $1,750 restitution, to register as a sex offender and to spend 10 year on supervised release.

Online records show that Jackson pleaded guilty early this year, and prosecutors dropped three other charges including child sex trafficking.

Co-defendant Andrea Birdow pleaded guilty in September. She was sentenced July 1. Online records don’t show her sentence.

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