"He has learned nothing from this experience," Gilmore said, raising her voice. "He victimized women, and he doesn't care. He hasn't learned a thing," she emphasized.
She sentenced Salazar to the highest possible sentence, 40 years in prison, meaning he could qualify to be free on three years' supervised release at the age of 91. Salazar pleaded guilty to four counts of harboring immigrants for prostitution. The victims, who came from poor villages in Central Mexico, were held en masse in an apartment and transported to various brothels where each victim was forced to have sex with multiple patrons per night.