A Lexington man accused of drugging two girls and then videotaping himself raping them is facing a prison sentence of at least 352 years.
Kevin McDowell Robinson pleaded no contest three counts of rape of a child and eight counts of sex offense.
Assistant District Attorney Rob Taylor says the sentence speaks more about getting people like Robinson out of the population.
Court records show Robinson was accused of abusing the girls on several different occasions during a three-month period during summer 2002. Authorities say the girls, who are now either 16 or 17, had little or no recollection of the incidents because they were drugged.
As a part of a plea agreement, Robinson reserves the right to appeal his case on the grounds that the person who gave authorities a videotape of the crimes stole it from a lock box inside Robinson's home.
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