to a mere two years on July 12.
Today, a complaint was unsealed in federal court in Brooklyn charging him with transporting a minor in interstate commerce to engage in sexual activity, according to a statement by the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Goodman was set to appear today before United States Magistrate Judge Cheryl L. Pollak, at the U.S. Courthouse.
According to the complaint, in February 2010, Goodman traveled with the then 15-year-old victim to Atlantic City, New Jersey. While there, he allegedly sexually abused the victim in a hotel room.
"The prevention of sexual exploitation of children is a priority of this office," stated United States Attorney Loretta E. Lynch. "Those who would take advantage of children are on notice that they will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law." District Attorney Charles J. Hynes and the Kings County District Attorney’s Office assisted in the case.
If convicted, Goodman faces 10 to life.
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