HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – A Dauphin County man will spend 10 years in a federal prison for using teenage girls in a prostitution business he ran from his home.
Coy C. Klinger, 38, must also serve five years of supervised release as part of the sentence handed down Wednesday by U.S. District Court Judge John Jones III.
Klinger pleaded guilty to sex trafficking of children in February.
Authorities said Klinger used the name “Johnny Rain” to troll the Internet for young women who would engage in sex acts for money with customers at his Lower Paxton Township home.
Girls as young as 16 years old answered his ads that promised up to $2,000 a week, authorities said.
Authorities said Klinger also took nude photographs of the girls and posted the pictures in online advertisements for prostitution services.