A Dutchman convicted of sexually extorting a teenage Canadian girl who later took her own life has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Aydin Coban, 44, will serve his sentence in the Netherlands, prosecutors in British Columbia said.
He was convicted in August of child luring, child pornography, extortion and harassment of Amanda Todd.
Amanda, who was then 15, posted a video in 2012 detailing how the cyber-stalker had tormented her.
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The YouTube video was watched millions of times and sparked a national debate about online bullying.
Coban was sentenced to 11 years in prison by a Dutch court in 2017 for blackmailing and harassing dozens of young women on the internet, some as far away as Britain, Canada and the United States.
He was later extradited to Canada where he faced the additional charges. He was not, however, charged with Amanda’s death.
The 13-year sentence handed down on Friday will begin after…
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