The ringleader of a gang of Asian men who groomed young white girls for sex can finally be unmasked after he was found guilty of 30 child rape charges.
Shabir Ahmed, 59, led a child sex exploitation ring of nine men who targeted vulnerable young girls in the Rochdale and Oldham areas of Greater Manchester.
He was jailed for 19 years last month following an 11-week trial at Liverpool Crown Court.
But Ahmed - known to his victims by the nickname "Daddy" - could not be named as he was awaiting trial on separate child rape charges.
He was convicted of 30 charges of rape by a jury at Manchester Crown Court and Judge Mushtaq Khokhar lifted reporting restrictions, which means he can be identified for the first time.
The court heard that he raped and sexually abused a young Asian girl over many years. It was also told he treated her as a "possession" which he used for his own sexual gratification.
Ahmed, formerly of Windsor Road, Oldham, wearing a black Lonsdale tracksuit top, smirked as the jury returned the unanimous verdicts.
Judge Gerald Clifton, who sentenced Ahmed in Liverpool, said the gang treated their victims "as though they were worthless and beyond any respect".
Ahmed was violent and dominated his victim, a jury of six men and six women was told in his latest trial.
Rachel Smith, opening the case for the prosecution, said Ahmed repeatedly raped the victim for more than a decade. She said the victim was eventually forced to submit to him and the abuse happened on an almost weekly basis.