Haringey paedophile jailed over ‘repulsive’ child abuse
A paedophile from Haringey has been jailed for 17 years after admitting 78 counts of sexual abuse between 2000 and 2020.
Adam Justice-Mills, 61, was arrested on January 31 after confessing to the offences – which include numerous rapes and attempted rapes – and was sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court on February 2.
The offences relate to two female victims, children at the time, who were known to the abuser. He also admitted making indecent images himself of the victims
After police were made aware of concerns about Justice-Mills’ behaviour, officers established he had made admissions of abuse over a long period of time and even found a diary called “confessions” on his computer.
The document revealed the sickening scale of his offending and his abhorrent desires towards children
The Met also found more than 170,000 child abuse images.
If ever released, he will serve an additional year on licence, while he will be on the sex offenders register for life.
Sentencing Judge Guy Mathieson said Justice-Mills had “instigate[d] and perpetuate[d] abuse of the most serious and horrific nature”.