‘I’m not sorry’: Texas man gets life in jail for infecting 23-month-old baby, teen with HIV

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A registered sex offender has been sentenced to life in prison for the super aggravated sexual assault of his nearly two-year-old niece and a 14-year-old, infecting both with HIV, chlamydia and herpes. The teenager also appears to be pregnant with his baby.

David Wilson repeatedly raped his 23-month-old niece and a teenage girl, with whom he reportedly claimed to be in love.

“I am not sorry we were together, no, I am sorry the HIV came into the situation,” Wilson, 34, said in court, according to KAGS.

The girl admitted to investigators that she and Wilson, who she knew through a family member, had sex multiple times. According to a court affidavit, she said that they “would park on a cul-de-sac near her school and have sex in his car. The last time, they had unprotected sex.”

She tested positive for HIV and herpes. It also surfaced that she was pregnant with Wilson's baby.

Another of Wilson’s victims was the daughter of his sister, whose infections and HIV did not become clear until a doctor’s visit last November.

Trying to find out who infected the baby, living at Wilson's residence at the time, police tested four people in the home. While all of them were appeared to have STDs, only Wilson was HIV-positive.

As doctors told police, she had to have been sexually abused because of the sexually transmitted diseases that were detected. The little girl has undergone reconstructive surgery because of damage from STDs.

According to the investigation, the toddler's parents, drug abusers, sent their daughter to live with family in Houston last year.

Previously sentenced to prison for sexually assaulting another teenager in Harris County, Texas, in 2005, Wilson walked out of jail in 2009.

He has now admitted having sex with other women and having had contacts with children.