Three men have been jailed for over 40 years for gang raping a schoolgirl at a house party.
Lukas Koky, 23, Daniel Thomas, 23, and Mohammed Mustafa, 19, ‘took it in turns’ to attack the teen during a house party in Manchester last year.
The girl had been out with a friend in the city centre when she met a large group of men who invited them back to the party.
When they got there, they were plied with drink and drugs.
Manchester Crown Court heard the girl was subjected to a ‘humiliating and degrading’ attack by each of them and that her ‘head was spinning and she could not stand’ following the attack.
The girl’s prints were recovered from the bathroom, and Koky, Thomas and Mustafa were caught by DNA evidence.
Two of the attackers still remain at large, but the three traced pleaded guilty to rape on the day of trial.
Koky has now been jailed for 12 years and three months, while Mustafa was given 10 years and nine months youth detention.
Thomas admitted rape, affray, and possessing a bladed article, and was jailed for 11 years.
Sentencing, Judge David Stockdale QC told them: ‘(The victim) was screaming in protest throughout the ordeal, but her protests were ignored. When her ordeal was over she was left alone in the bathroom, shaking and crying.
‘This was a brutal and cynical series of rapes committed, by you, on a vulnerable young girl when she was incapable of offering any meaningful resistance.’
The men have now been placed on the Sex Offenders Register for life.