Fugees Video Director Accused Of Raping, Impregnating Daughters For ‘Blood Purity’

March 12, 2010

US (ChattahBox) – Aswad Ayinde, also known as Charles McGill, has been arrested after evidence of years of abuse was unsurfaced, showing that he has sexually abused his children, forcing them to become pregnant.

Ayinde is known for winning an award for the music video for ‘Killing Me Softly’ by the Fugees.

McGill originally had nine children with his ex-wife, and at lest three with two other women, both ex girlfriends.

He also had six children with his five daughters, all of which he delivered himself.

All of this was a part of a plan to keep the ‘purity of his race’, after he said the world was set to end.

He is starting the first of five trials, one for each daughter he allegedly raped.

The abused appears to have occurred for years, with each daughter’s nightmare beginning from a young age. They would be beaten with metal rods or kicked with steel toed shoes if they tried to stop him.

He moved from town to town, keeping his children imprisoned, and passed himself off as a popular artist despite no credentials.

His ex-girlfriend, Subhana Rahim, a successful attorney in Manhattan, found out about the abuse when she was eight months pregnant with his child. It is not clear if she alerted the police.

“He was this successful artist who had worked with The Fugees,” Rahim said. “I was shocked when he told me they were his daughters and that he’d been sleeping with them.

“I didn’t try to understand something so ridiculous.”

Ayinde is facing various counts of aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, lewdness, child endangerment, aggravated criminal sexual contact and criminal sexual contact.

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