A Sioux Falls man accused of running a sex trafficking "house of horrors" will find out his fate Monday morning.
45-year-old Mohammed Alaboudi forced women to work as prostitutes out of a one-bedroom Sioux Falls apartment.
Alaboudi took in vulnerable teen girls and young women, gave them drugs and forced them into prostitution.
Alaboudi was convicted back in December. He faces life in prison.
After the sentencing, representatives from several branches of state, local and federal law enforcement plan to talk about South Dakota's efforts to stop sex trafficking.