A married restaurant boss has been jailed for 13 years for child sex crimes in Peterborough.Father-of-five Mohammed Khubaib groomed vulnerable girls by giving them gifts, cigarettes or money before plying them with alcohol.
He was found guilty of rape for forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform oral sex on him.
The girl, who had been given alcohol, was then "rewarded" with £5, the court was told.
Khubaib was also convicted on nine counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, involving girls between 12 and 15, from November 2010 and January 2013.
Judge Peter Rook QC sentenced him to 13 years in jail for the rape extended for five years on licence.
For each of the trafficking offences, he was sentenced to either four or two years, all to run concurrently.
He also imposed a sexual harm prevention order and disqualified him from working with children for life.
The judge told Khubaib: "You targeted these young girls because they were vulnerable and you were seeking opportunities for your own sexual gratification.
"You knew these girls wanted alcohol and transport.
"You knew they were young and immature and at their age they didn't know any better.
"No doubt you felt you were untouchable as you took the view there was no risk these girls would ever give evidence about these activities."
Many of Khubaib's victims were at the Old Bailey to see him sentenced.
The judge also praised the girls for giving evidence during the trial, saying they showed "great courage".
The court also heard Khubaib still did not accept his guilt. He had denied any sexual contact with the rape victim.
The judge said: "You showed no remorse, no acknowledgement whatsoever as to the effect of your predatory conduct.
"Society is now far more aware than it was in the past of the serious psychological harm that such behaviour as yours can cause."
Khubaib is the last of 10 men to be convicted following Operation Erle - a multi-agency investigation into child sex crimes in Peterborough.
Four previous cases led to nine male defendants being jailed for 59 offences against 15 girls.
Erle was launched in the wake of the Rotherham and Rochdale child abuse cases.
After the sentencing, Wendi Ogle-Welbourn, of Peterborough City Council, said: "We are pleased with this sentence today as it represents justice for the girls and young women who suffered at the hands of this vicious criminal."
Cambidgeshire Police's Detective Superintendent Gary Ridgway said: "Once again, this represents justice for young people who had the courage to stand up in court and relive some very difficult experiences. Without this, we could not have achieved this result."