Lord asked for the maximum penalty for Hogan.
"Mr. Hogan is one of the worst types of criminals we ever see," she said. "He took a child's innocence away. He took the time he should have cherished, to do things he should do with her, whatever she wanted to do at 7 years old.
"But what he did with that time was abuse her, manipulate her and change her life forever," Lord said. "Do you think any amount of therapy she is going through will ever erase what he did to her?"
The child's mother told the judge, "Hopefully nothing else will ever happen to her again. I can't understand how anyone could say it is a 7-year-old's fault. That's not a child's fault at all."
Lord said, "He is a monster. He wants to come in here and give us a theology lesson. He comes in here and says, 'Poor me.'
"I am sickened by him," she said. "On behalf of everyone in this court system, I apologize to her."
Zakaib declined to impose a sentence other than prison, as Hogan requested and said he had no sympathy for the man.
Hogan will have to serve a minimum of 15 years before he is eligible to come before a parole board. The judge ordered an additional 40 years of supervision upon his release from prison, and he will have to register for life as a sexual offender.
Hogan already has served 391 days behind bars since his arrest.
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