Nicholasville’s Alfred Charles Ivey Jr. was arrested and charged with 50 counts of first-degree rape of a minor after a paternity test proved he was the father of a 13-year-old girl's child.
Jessamine County sheriff's deputies arrested Ivey, 47, at his home, 199 Pinegrove Circle, Sunday morning on a warrant alleging 34 counts of rape and 16 counts of rape against a victim under 12.
Ivey allegedly raped the daughter of his live-in girlfriend in Elizabethtown, according to Kentucky State Police Trooper Norman Chaffins of Hardin County's Post 4.
Ivey is not related to the victim, but was dating her mother during the time the alleged rapes occurred, Chaffins said.
The victim became impregnated at the age of 12 and gave birth to a daughter on June 8, 2004, Chaffins said.
The KSP warrant states the victim was forced to have sexual intercourse at least once every two weeks over the five-year period.