N.J. Father Who Impregnated Daughter Sees Himself As Prophet, Ex-Wife Testifies

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  • Aswad Ayinde (pictured) , the New Jersey father who stands accused of raping and impregnating three of his five daughters when they were all minors, is currently facing his second of five jury trials. In this proceeding, the 54-year-old is charged with two counts of aggravated sexual assault, and two counts of sexual assault. His former spouse, Beverly Ayinde, testified at Tuesday’s trial to, again, speak about the horrors that went on in their home for over 17 years, reports NorthJersey.com.

    Ayinde, whose actual name is Charles McGill, directed the R&B group, the Fugees’, “Killing Me Softly” video. Beverly described her ex as a kind of brutal Svengali who tried to control everyone in the household under a reign of terror. She told jurors that Ayinde “equaled himself to being a prophet.” The woman went on to describe her statement in more detail: “As time went on, he was god-like. I had to call him, ‘my god.’ He equated himself to Jesus Christ … He would sit us all down and lecture us about his greatness and his power … At another point, he equated himself to Prince and Michael Jackson.”

    According to Beverly, Ayinde, who has been often referred to as a “calculating and cunning pedophile,” had a twisted vision of creating a master race of pure-blooded children by impregnating them.

    The mother of five also told the courtroom that she should have foreseen one of her daughter’s pregnancy. In a disturbing account, Beverly testified that her former husband, who walked around the home naked and allegedly sodomized one daughter over 100 times, had informed her in an almost surreal way that he needed to perform oral sex on one of their daughters who was 8-years-old at the time.

    “I was shocked. I said ‘What are you talking about?’ He tried to present it in this very godly, spiritual way,” she stated.

    Beverly then went on to recount how, with the birth of each of their children, Ayinde became increasingly physically and mentally abusive to everyone in the home. The woman told jurors that Ayinde, who did not have faith in doctors, actually delivered their last three children himself without being medically supervised.

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    7 thoughts on “N.J. Father Who Impregnated Daughter Sees Himself As Prophet, Ex-Wife Testifies

    1. What in the holy hell?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      They should also put the mom in jail. She’s as much to blame as the sick S.O.B. of a father. A mother is suppose to protect her children at all costs. SMH.

    2. This is why you should have guns in the home. As a father of a daughter, it’s extremely difficult imagining the horrors these girls suffered at the hands of someone they were supposed to be able to trust. More power to the 19-year old for her courage. Mom should have “stood her ground” for those young girls. We are a passive people at times; just like the Tea Party likes to view us. We’ve been taught and preached to that we aren’t worthy of exercising self-defense of ourselves or love ones. This isn’t about pro-gun, it’s about self-respect and self-perception of value.

      • @ Kenneth – I was never taught what you’re espousing. As a woman, I was taught just the opposite – stand up for your babies at all cost. I cannot imagine that type of mind control where I would allow a male (not man) to abuse my baby (ies) and not intervene. Outside forces are not to blame here. Women are usually taught by their mothers how to protect their children from harm. The mere suggestion of harming one of my children would have ended my relationship with him. Now you might have been taught passivity and did not understand when it might be okay to be passive and when it is not., but somehow I don’t believe most women were taught that.

    3. Wifey should spend the rest of her sorry cowardly ass in jail too. Too bad she didn’t have her daughter’s courage. He should of been eliminated a long time ago.

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