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Pastor Indicted for Taking Juvenile Choir Members Across State Lines for Sex (Video)

| by Michael Allen

Andrea Lewis, a male pastor and choir director for Act of Faith Ministries, was recently indicted for reportedly taking underage girls in his choir across state lines for sex acts.

According to the indictment, a Shreveport, La. police officer found pictures on Lewis' cell phone of illegal activities with the young girls (video below).

From January 1994 until December 2000, Lewis allegedly committed sex acts with three different girls during choir field trips to churches in Texas. One if the victims was reportedly 8 years old.

“It’s a really sad case, and our office is going to do everything we can do help these ladies,” La. State Prosecutor Geya Prudhomme told KSLA.

Lewis was denied bond and declared a flight risk.

He also faces five charges of molestation of a juvenile following two other arrests, notes ShreveportTimes.com. In that case, five different young women claimed Lewis molested them when they were under 18.

His first arrest was 2012, then four more girls, in that case, came forward and also accused him of molestation.

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Sources: KSLA and ShreveportTimes.com