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By Melissa Fletcher Stoeltje. Behind the wheel was Issac Lynn Williams. For months, he and the teenage girl had been trading messages over Facebook, their tone increasingly flirtatious. When she confessed to him one day that she had run away from home, he told her to meet him at the park. Inside the Cadillac, Williams spoke to her in a way she'd never been spoken to before.

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I can take care of you, he said. Buy you things. Love you. Afterward, Williams told her she was going to become an "escort" and that they were "going to make a lot of money together. For the next eight months, Williams controlled everything in her life.

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He gave her the name Amber and arranged for her to be sold for sex through Back. In Texas, an estimated 79, youth at any one time are being exploited for sex.

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He would do the same to his year-old girlfriend, Deborah Ameia Cooper. On Back, her name was Kandy. Amber had sex with men 10 to 15 times a day on average. She and Cooper worked six days a week, seven if they hadn't reached the weekly quotas he set. He booked them into mid-priced motels in Killeen, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio, wherever the money and customers were. Each week, they turned over thousands of dollars to him.

He kept all of it, except for what he spent on fast food, cigarettes, marijuana, condoms and lubricant, the necessities to keep his business going. On some Sundays, if the two had met their quota, Williams would take them to church in Killeen, where he knew the preachers — his father and stepmother. Sex traffickers like Williams have long preyed on vulnerable girls and women. What's changed in recent times is how the internet has amplified the sex trade.

Customers have round-the-clock access to an inexhaustible market of online where with a simple click, they can order up young girls delivered to their door. Pimps tap special websites and social networks to find prospects and lure them with promises of love and excitement, only to trap them in a sordid world of drug addiction, shame and sometimes violence or threats of violence. Until fairly recently, underage youth caught up in sex-trafficking were considered prostitutes.

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Now, laws in Texas cast them in a new light — as victims needing help, not prosecution. One study done by the University of Texas estimated that 79, young people in Texas are ensnared in sex trafficking. Few go to police or other authorities for help.

She spent much of her life in poverty, with a struggling single mother. When she was 13 and living in Maryland, she had sex a few times with strangers, men she met on the streets, to pay for food for herself and her nephew, she later testified.

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She was arrested for breaking into an abandoned apartment. Removed from her mother's care, she was placed for a short time in a foster home, then sent to Killeen to live with her sister. Her mother followed later. The first time Williams saw Amber, she was walking by his apartment complex in Killeen, on her way to her middle school down the block. The second time he noticed her was in the hair braid aisle at a beauty supply store, where he was shopping with Cooper.

The girl and Cooper struck up a friendship. Soon after, Williams began sending her messages on Facebook. He came across as friendly and genuinely interested in her. At the time, Amber was on probation for breaking into a car and her attempts to run away. Williams had a rap sheet too, but it was sparse — a theft at a Dollar Store when he was 14, for which he received nine months' probation. Born overseas, he moved as a baby to Killeen, where his father was stationed at Fort Hood.

After a series of low-level jobs, Williams tried to get into the Air Force, but was rejected. He worked in Afghanistan for KBR, a global engineering and construction firm. He was laid off after six months. After that, he worked for a time at a propane gas company in Pittsburgh, where he met Cooper.

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She was He was laid off again, and in they moved to Killeen, living on his unemployment checks. That's when Amber came into the picture. Williams presented Cooper as his girlfriend. But by then, he'd been pimping her on Back for months. After seducing Amber in the park, Williams took her and Cooper to a Walmart, where he bought a cache of skimpy lingerie for them to wear in photos posted on Back.

He assiduously kept track of how many men bought Amber and Kandy's services, recording dates, times and prices in a spiral-bound ledger. While the women did their work, he hung out in his Cadillac, or in a different room of the same hotel, or in the apartment in Killeen the three of them shared. He'd often troll the web in search of other young women. He guarded his anonymity carefully, using gift cards to pay for on Back. The bore labels such as "sexy girl" or "cute girl" or "funny girl" — code for underage females.

Some offered Amber and Cooper alone; others offered them together in special "party girl" deals. He paid for the with multiple gift cards. Bexar County court records. Cooper and Amber used cellphones to negotiate times and prices with customers by text. They received as many as 50 calls a day. Williams never took Women for sex in San Antonio received calls directly. He taught Amber that clients had to say they were calling about a Back ad. Her script was, "How much time would you like to spend with me? There were two kinds of calls — "in-calls," where the buyers came to them, usually a motel room, and "out calls," where Williams drove Cooper and Amber to buyers at their motels or homes.

They used a shorthand. They'd charge more for clients they knew to be wealthy. Williams told Amber that if a caller took too long to answer questions or wanted to talk about something other than prices and times, she should hang up and put the on the blocked list — it could be "the feds. He was always absent when business was being conducted. He instructed them to tell clients they were their own bosses. He showed up at the end of a shift to collect money and make sure it lined up with what Cooper and Amber had texted about the clients.

He kept an eye out to ensure they weren't skimming. Williams had another rule: Cooper and Amber could not allow clients to bite or scratch. He didn't want marks on his property. Sometimes clients would get angry because they didn't get what they wanted or they wanted more time. Williams taught her to "sweet talk" them, to offer to let them pay for extra time.

The motels they worked in were nice enough, recognizable to vacation travelers — Holiday Inn, Red Roof Inn, Days Inn — but that was mostly for the clients' comfort.

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Sometimes, if they were making money, they'd stay for a week at the same motel. Otherwise, they'd move around.

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