A MAN who filmed his sex attack on a 14-year-old girl on his mobile phone has been labelled a serious risk to young girls.

Former cricketer Ajmal Mohammad had driven the girl to Blackpool after meeting her in Accrington, given her alcohol and then abused her as she lay in a hotel room.

Over two or three hours, he carried out a series of sex offences on her, knowing he was infected with Hepatitis C.

The 40-year-old, of Audley Range, Blackburn, was jailed indefinitely for public protection.

A judge told him he would have to serve a minimum of five-and-a-half-years but warned he would not be released until the Parole Board was satisfied that he no longer posed a danger.

A Preston Crown Court jury convicted him of charges of rape, taking a child out of the control of her parents, sexual assault and indulging in sexual activity with a child.

Mohammad, who played for Ribblesdale League side Blackburn Northern, admitted a separate charge of a sexual  assault which he filmed in a 51- second clip while the girl was asleep at the Avanti Hotel in Albert Road, Blackpool.

He claimed at his trial that there had been no other sexual activity with the girl, who had been a virgin. He now admitted he lied.
He was diagnosed with chronic Hepatitis C back in 2002 and Mr Philip Andrews, defending, said there had potentially been a risk of him infecting the girl through sex.

The court heard that the girl later took an overdose.

Judge Edward Slinger said it was a particularly unpleasant case.

Mohammad,  described in testimonials as a good reliable family man, will be on the Sex Offenders’ Register indefinitely and banned indefinitely from working with children.

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