FEASTERVILLE, Pa. (AP) - FEASTERVILLE, Pa. (AP) -- Prosecutors say a Pennsylvania man accused of fathering two children with a 14-year-old girl gifted to him by her parents also sexually assaulted five other girls in that family, calling them his wives.
Bucks County District Attorney Matthew Weintraub on Monday announced new child sex abuse charges against Lee Kaplan, of Feasterville.
Weintraub says Kaplan represented himself a cult-like figure to the girls.
The oldest girl told police the six sisters were Kaplan's wives, and he told them it was what God wanted.
They were among 11 girls found living in Kaplan's home when he was arrested in June.
The girls ranged in age from 6 years old to 18 years old during the time of abuse.
Kaplan's attorney, Ryan Hyde, says he can't comment until he sees the complaint.
Police say the teen's father told them he and his wife "gave" their daughter to Kaplan after he financially helped the couple.