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Update: Married nursery worker, 20, who had sex with a 13-year-old boy and had his baby, found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child












The 20-year-old married nursery worker who had sex with a 13-year-old boy and had his baby is now facing jail after being found guilty of three counts of sexual activity with a child.



Leah Cordice from Windsor, Berkshire, who started sleeping with the boy when she was 17 at that time falsely claimed that the teenager raped her but a jury at Reading Crown Court rejected her claims.



Following the verdict, a judge told the court that if Cordice was a male 'custody would be almost inevitable'.



Judge Peter Clarke QC then told the jury: 'I have got to consider a custodial sentence.



'To be sexist about this, if Leah was a young man of 17 years and the complainant was a 13-year-old girl, the sentence would be almost inevitable as far as custody is concerned.



'It is all very unfortunate for everyone, herself included, but I was struck, as I suspect you were, by her lack of self-awareness of what she was doing to the victim.



'It seems to me that one of the evils here is that, for the rest of his life, the victim will know that that baby girl is laying somewhere that he does not know about and that - I can say as a man - would be as scarring for a father as for a mother. That is a further matter I need to consider and the impact that it has had on him.'



He added: 'I need to know more about you and your present circumstances. You should understand that I have to be considering an immediate custodial sentence.'



According to Mail Online, the judge adjourned the case so that a probation report could be created about Cordice. She had sex with the boy twice a month for a period of time but the jury decided the affair had stopped before Cordice turned 18 years. They acquitted her of two other counts of sexual activity with a child which were alleged to have taken place when Cordice was 18.



The victim is expected to be in court with his parents to see Cordice sentenced next month.

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