SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A Sacramento man has been indicted on sex trafficking of a child charges, the District Attorney’s office announced on Wednesday.

The DA’s office says, back on Oct. 1, a sealed indictment was returned against 41-year-old Michael Anthony Butler Jr. Detectives allege that Butler – who went by the nicknames “Spice916” and “Spice” – recruited, harbored and transported a minor knowing they would engage in prostitution.

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Butler also allegedly advertised the minor as a prostitute, the DA’s office says.

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Exactly when Butler was arrested is unclear, but the DA’s office unsealed the indictment after he was in custody.

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If convicted on the charges, the DA’s office says Butler faces a mandatory minimum sentence of 10 years in prison – with a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $250,000 fine.