- Girl and a second victim were repeatedly raped on 'an almost daily basis'
- A total of 11 men went on trial for 51 offences between 2006 and 2012
- Six of the men were found guilty and will be sentenced on September
- Four were acquitted and jurors failed to reach verdicts on another man
Six members of a child sex ring are facing jail after being convicted of grooming a teenager who was abused by up to 60 men by the age of 16.
The girl and a second victim were repeatedly raped and sexually abused on 'an almost daily basis' from the age of 12 or 13 in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
A total of 11 men went on trial for 51 offences between 2006 and 2012 including multiple rape of a child under 13, child prostitution and administering a substance to 'stupefy' a girl in order to engage in sexual activity.
Vikram Singh, 46, Asif Hussain, 33, Arshad Jani, 33, Mohammed Imran, 38, Taimoor Khan, 28, and Akbari Khan, 36, were found guilty of 20 offences at the Old Bailey today.
Vikram Singh (left) and Asif Hussain (right) are facing jail after being convicted of was found guilty of multiple incident counts of rape
Harmohan Nangpal, 41, Faisal Iqbal, 32, Sajad Ali, 35, and Sohail Qamar, 41, were acquitted on all of the charges they faced.
The jury failed to reach verdicts on an eleventh defendant, Jerome Joe, who was accused of rape and sexual assault.
All of those convicted sexually abused the first victim, while Taimmor Khan and Akbari Khan were also found guilty of molesting her friend.
The Asian men filled the dock in court, some of them using the services of various interpreters speaking Hindi, Urdu, Pashto and Punjabi.
Arshad Jani (left) was convicted of one multiple incident count of rape and one count of conspiracy to rape and Mohammed Imran (right) was convicted of three multiple incident counts of rape one count of conspiracy to rape and arranging child prostitution
Taimoor Khan (left) was convicted of a single count of sexual activity with a child and Akbari Khan (right) was found guilty of various charges, including administering a substance with intent to commit a sex offence
They showed no emotion as a jury of seven men and five women announced their verdicts after 42 hours and 14 minutes of deliberation.
Judge John Bevan said he will sentence the six men on September 7.
Prosecutor Oliver Saxby QC said the girls were looking for excitement and attention after their lives went off the rails.
Most of their attackers were either mini cab drivers or market traders in Aylesbury.
Both victims came from troubled backgrounds and wanted to feel grown-up when they were befriended by the men who groomed them with gifts such as alcohol, DVDs, food and occasionally drugs.
While aged just 12 or 13, one of the vulnerable girls, known in the trial as A, was passed between 60 mainly Asian men for sex after being conditioned into thinking it was normal behaviour.
'They were easy prey for a group of men wanting casual sexual gratification that was easy, regular and readily available,' Mr Saxby explained to the jury.
The girls were befriended, lured back to properties, given attention and made to feel wanted with gifts of food, DVDs, drink and drugs.
Giving evidence, girl A recalled one occasion when Asif Hussain - also known as Lucky - had introduced her to a man who looked like terror mastermind Osama Bin Laden and encouraged her to sleep with him.
She said: 'Lucky wanted to introduce me to a friend so I said OK. The old man looked like Bin Laden. I think he said 'He wants to sleep with you' and left me there.'
On her dealings with the old man, she told the jury: 'He only understood yes or no - and I said no.'
TAXI DRIVERS, MARKET TRADERS AND DRUG DEALERS: THE 11 MEN AND THE VERDICTS THEY RECEIVED
Mr Saxby said: 'They were being conditioned, exploited. Their trust was being established.. And then they were sexually abused.
'To them at the time - their notion of what was right and wrong had been completely distorted - this was 'normal, natural'.'
The victims thought they were in 'relationships' with their abusers and spoke of the men as being their 'boyfriends'.
Indian-born Singh, known as 'Bicky', approached the girl as she looked at Batman toys in Woolworths in Aylesbury in 2006, just before her 13th birthday.
The former carer then groomed the child with gifts of food, drink and DVDs before attacking her at the cinema, where he had taken her to watch one of the Santa Claus films.
The married father-of-two later asked her for sex in her bedroom when her mother was at work, but needed Viagra 'because of his age'.
Singh then forced her to perform a sex act on him before raping her.
The pair would continue to meet up to three times a week for sex, sometimes in the back of his car at the back of a nursing home.
She then started to receive phone calls from unknown Asian men who would ask her for sex or ask her how old she was or whether she was a virgin.
When she told one caller how young she was, he allegedly replied: 'I like that age.'
Harmohan Nangpal was cleared of a single count of rape and an alternative charge sexual activity with a child and Sajad Ali (right) was acquitted of engaging in sexual activity with a child
The prosecutor added that the girl kept going back to Singh, but later told police: 'It felt like a disgusting job I had to do for him'.
The last time they had sex was in 2008, but by then she had become involved with Mohammed Imran, who was sharing her out to other men for sex.
'I thought of him as the person who sold me and passed me around,' said the girl of Pakistan-born Imran.
She told police he would demand sex up to ten times a day, ply her with alcohol and drugs and farm her out to his friends.
'Some were taxi drivers, some were bus drivers, some were drug dealers, some weren't even from Aylesbury,' she said in interviews.
'He used to bring them from anywhere. They used to pay him. He didn't care The most I had sex with in one day was five or six. I felt like I was on fire.'
The girl said she slept with between 15 and 20 of Imran's 'mates', who would pay around £25 for sex.
Another of the men, Asif Hussain, met her at Aylesbury market.
The girl would visit his shared house wearing her school uniform and the pair would regularly have sex.
An NSPCC spokesman said: 'This is yet another shocking case of vulnerable young girls being targeted by ruthless gangs of men that will make the public recoil in horror once again.
'The level of abuse against these children who were on the cusp of their teenage years is horrifying and depressing.
'We must continue to clamp down on organised grooming which has destroyed so many lives while making sure the victims receive all the support and therapy they need to recover.'