TULSA, Oklahoma - The leader of a major child sex trafficking operation in Tulsa pleaded guilty in federal court.
Monday, 21-year-old Joshua Harring admitted he prostituted underage girls.
The undercover officers who busted the case open said it hits close to home.
Federal prosecutors breathed a sigh of relief after Harring's guilty plea.
U.S. Attorney Danny Williams said, "To finally get to this point, to get the main person, really, justice has been done."
They said the 21-year-old was head of a local child sex trafficking ring.
"Joshua Harring was the leader in this sex trafficking operation. There were approximately six or seven co-conspirators and they preyed on young women in our community," said federal prosecutor, Trent Shores.