Aswad Ayinde Wikipedia, Wiki, Evil Lives, Here, Daughter, Net Worth, Real Name, Now, Movie, Family

Aswad Ayinde Wikipedia, Wiki, Evil Lives, Here, Daughter, Net Worth, Real Name, Now, Movie, Family

Aswad Ayinde Wikipedia, Wiki, Evil Lives, Here, Daughter, Net Worth, Real Name, Now, Movie, Family -: Aswad Ayinde, sometimes known as Charles McGill, is a Grammy-winning African American music director who shot the popular music video for the Fugees’ song “Killing Me Softly” in 1996. He was born on July 16, 1958. Sadly, once he was found guilty of abusing his kids sexually, his life took a dark turn.

Aswad Ayinde Wikipedia, Wiki, Evil Lives, Here, Daughter, Net Worth, Real Name, Now, Movie, Family
Aswad Ayinde Wikipedia, Wiki, Evil Lives, Here, Daughter, Net Worth, Real Name, Now, Movie, Family

Aswad Ayinde Bio

NameAswad Ayinde
NicknameAswad
Age65 Years
Date Of BirthJuly 16, 1958
ProfessionMusic Director
ReligionChristian
EthnicityAfrican
NationalityAmerican
BirthplaceNigeria

Aswad Ayinde Measurement

Height5 Feet 10 Inch
Weight70 Kg
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Aswad Ayinde Educational Qualifications

School High schools
College or UniversityPrivate University
Educational DegreeGraduated

Aswad Ayinde Family

FatherMr. Ayinde
MotherMrs. Ayinde
Brother / SisterNot Known
Children27 Children

Aswad Ayinde Marital Status

Marital StatusDivorced
Suppose NameNot Known
Affairs Not Known

Aswad Ayinde Net Worth

Net Worth in Dollars$1 Million
SalaryNot Known

Aswad Ayinde Social Media Accounts

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YoutubeClick Here

Aswad Ayinde Career

After directing and releasing the Fugees’ 1996 smash music video “Killing Me Softly,” Aswad became well-known. He found that fame did not suit him and turned into a predator.

He exploited his daughters as sex toys, preyed on them, and engaged in sexual abuse and rape of them. He taught his girls how to be women by sneaking into their rooms.

Aziza Kibibi, one of his children, disclosed that her father began raping her when she was only eight years old and continued to do so until she was 22. For more than 30 years, up until he and his wife split up, he would also rape his other daughters.

Aswad persuaded his adolescent daughters by promising to help them become better women. By claiming to be doing something unique for them, he led them to believe he was correct and gave them a sense of privilege.

Three of Aswad’s five daughters are thought to have given birth to six children after being raped and repeatedly impregnated by him. His daughters were forbidden from conversing with other kids. They studied at home.

When they resisted, he would beat them with steel-toed shoes and wooden boards. A few offspring were born at home, and two of the babies died from inbreeding and were buried secretly.

Beginning in the middle of the 1980s and lasting until 2002, he divorced his wife. Paterson, Orange, East Orange, and Eatontown are where each of these incidents took place.

Aswad was arrested in 2000 after his family relocated to Florida on charges that he had abducted three children from a Monmouth County hospital while they were in the custody of the state. Then, he was freed on bond.

When his wife and daughter testified in court in 2006, he was arrested for terrible deeds. He was out of the nation at the time on business. He intended to establish a pure family bloodline, according to his wife.

He faced 27 counts and received two sentences totaling 90 years in prison: 40 years in November 2011 and another 50 years in July 2013.

He has served for ten years, is 65 years old, and still has 80 years to go. Only after his passing will he be released from prison. He still has to answer to three other accusations.

Twenty-seven children were born to Aswad—six with his daughters and nine with Beverly Ayinde, his ex-wife. He had a tonne of extramarital encounters. With three further ladies, he had twelve more children.

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