Aswad Ayinde aka MTV Award-Winning Music Video Director, Charles McGill, Sentenced to 40+50 Years for Rape, Abuse and Incest

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2013-08-25 by Call Me Sunshine

Wednesday, 14 August 2013 17:22
aswardawinde_optBY REBECCA SHEEHAN – NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Aziza Kibibi, 35, lives on her own, sharing an East Orange apartment with her children while attending Essex County College to complete a liberal arts program. The single mother has big dreams, such as one day opening her own restaurant to provide for her children. Kibibi was raped by her own father beginning at the young age of 8 and over the next seven years she was impregnated five times, producing four children.

Her father, Aswad Ayinde, and is also known as Charles McGill an MTV award-winning music video director, said he was teaching his daughter ‘how to be a woman’. According to Metro News Day, the constant rapes produced five children out of incest in a perverse attempt to create a ‘pure’ bloodline. Ayinde, 55, of Paterson, won fame after directing The Fugees’ ‘Killing Me Softly’ video, was sentenced to 50 years in prison on July 26, finally ending Kibibi’s nightmare. Ayinde’s term will begin only after he has finished serving a 40-year sentence for raping another daughter, which also produced a child.

“I felt like I was in a nightmare,” said Kibibi, who spoke at her father’s sentencing, during which he repeatedly lashed out at her, calling her a liar and characterizing himself as a victim of the legal system.” I was just trying to sleep as much as possible ….

because my dreams were better than what I was living.”

According to the Daily Mail, the conviction and sentencing comes after the messianic sexual deviant believed that “the world was going to end, and it was just going to be him and his offspring and that he was chosen,” his wife Beverly Ayinde said. “No one really asked questions of each other because somebody would tell on somebody and somebody would get in trouble,” she stated at a 2010 pre-trial hearing.

According to authorities, Ayinde’s reign of terror lasted for nearly 20 years with the family bouncing around Florida and New Jersey in order to evade child welfare authorities.

Kibibi describes her early life as typical, even though her father was very strict. Her and her siblings were home-schooled, but were allowed to interact and play with other children in the neighborhood.

“He told me I was special. Initially, it was to teach me to be a woman,” she says of her father’s first advances. “By the time he started having intercourse with me, he was getting more and more violent. When I would start fighting him, he would hit me. It was more about threats.”

Although Kibibi’s story is horrific and terrifying, she feels sharing it will help others who have experienced similar abuse to speak out.

“I can make a difference. I always asked what my purpose was. Even with everything that I suffered, I still had to ask God what my purpose was,” she said in a Star-Ledger report. “Instead of just being an experience that I had, maybe this strengthened me. What doesn’t break us make us stronger.”

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