Redwood City man sentenced for molesting 4 girls

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A Redwood City man has been sentenced to 70 years to life in prison for sexually assaulting four young girls while he was living in the home of two of the victims.

San Mateo County prosecutors say 62-year-old Eusebio Valladares was sentenced Friday following his conviction in December on 24 counts of child molestation.

The Palo Alto Daily News ( reports Judge Leland Davis also ordered Vallardares to register as a sex offender for life and to make restitution to the victims in an amount to be determined.

Prosecutors say the abuse took place from 2007 to 2010 when Vallardares was a tenant in the home of two of the girls. The victims were two sisters and their friends, who ages ranged from 9 to 11 when they were molested.

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