The Washoe County, Nev. District Attorney’s Office says Aaron Isom must serve a minimum of ten years of his life sentence before he is eligible for parole.
If he were granted parole after the ten years, he would be subjected to a lifetime of supervision and registered as a sex offender.
The case started in January, when the county’s Sheriff’s office responded to a report of child sex abuse. Detectives discovered Isom had been sexually abusing two girls, ages 12 and 13, according to KOLOtv.
According to KTVN, Isom is pleading guilty.
At sentencing, Deputy District Attorney Brittany Bishop said Isom was a predator. She believed his pattern of victimizing little girls deserves a life sentence, due to the lifetime trauma the victims have to deal with, according to KOLOtv.
The victims weren’t related, and encountered their abuser at separate times, according to the District Attorney’s Office.