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Police: Man rapes daughter, fathers her 2 children

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CINCINNATI (AP) -

Police say a Cincinnati man raped his daughter over a period of 15 years, fathering two of her children.

The Cincinnati Enquirer reports the man was indicted Friday with 43 felonies, including several counts of rape, sexual battery and endangering children. The man's wife has been charged with felony complicity.

Police say the man assaulted his daughter several times a month from when she was 10 to when she left home at 25.

Court documents show the victim has two children ages 2 and 7. Prosecutors say genetic testing indicates the victim's father is a close relative.

The man is scheduled to be arraigned March 9. It is unclear when his wife will be arraigned.

Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer, http://www.enquirer.com

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