A Blair man has been sentenced for four separate sexual assault cases. In each of them, the victim was just 15 years old.
Wednesday, a judge sentenced 23-year-old Trevor Wilwerding to 25-35 years on each charge. The sentences will be served concurrently.
A series of affidavits spell out disturbing crimes beginning in the winter of 2013.
Court documents show one of the victims met Wilwerding through Facebook. She told investigators he was "always telling her things she wanted to hear."
Another victim told officers Wilwerding bought her alcohol.
The two other cases happened that June. One of the victims says she drank Dr. Pepper at a house party, and blacked out. Friends later told her Wilwerding had sex with her at the party.
Later an investigator posed as the victim using her phone. An affidavit says "messages discussed Wilwerding's use of illegal drugs, Wilwerding stating he does not want to go to prison."
The other victim told investigators she felt "pressured" and "taken advantage of."
In each case, victims insisted Wilwerding knew their age.
Wilwerding will have to register as a sex offender. He has received credit for 285 days served.