A SICK monster rapist told a 12-year-old victim she “deserved being raped” after she begged him to stop during a horror assault.
Cory John Taylor told one victim “that’s what love is, that’s what you get for being my girlfriend” after raping her.
The 31-year-old also raped a victim while she was fast asleep, according to the New Zealand Herald.
The sex predator sexually assaulted a number of helpless teen girls and children of women he knew between 1992 and 2021, including 14 complainants.
Some were as young as eight years old.
New Zealand detective Johnny Robertson-O’Byrne described the abuse suffered by victims as horrific and said the case was one of the hardest he worked on in his 10-year career.
“It’s probably one of the worst domestic violence based series of offenses that I’ve had to deal with,” he told Open Justice.
“No one should ever have to go through that.”
Cops busted Taylor following a year-long investigation after tips-off from survivors.
They said the convicted rapist would get drunk and violent and push himself onto young girls and aggressively rape them or have sexually-charged conversations with young people on social media.
The serial molester pleaded guilty to charges of rape, sexual assault and for having sex with people aged between 12 and 16 as well as exposing a young person to indecent material.
He was sentenced to 20 years in prison but had it reduced to 14 for pleading guilty and having prevailing personal circumstances.
One victim told the court that she wanted Taylor “to suffer in the way I have had to. He needs to pay for what he did.”
Another, who got pregnant after being raped, said she was put through “all kinds of hell” including physical, sexual and emotional abuse.
She said Taylor had strangled her to the point of passing out and held a knife to her throat.
A teen who was raped at 13 said the attack had taken “a light away from me.”
She said: “It felt like my world had been turned upside down.”
Others said the paedo pinned them down to the bed and beat them during and after sex and threatened to kill their families if they left him.
Another urged the court not to fail for Taylor’s charms or claimed remorse.
“They’re just empty words, I won’t ever admit he was wrong,” she said.
Taylor subjected one victim to a horrific 14-hour order.
No one should ever have to go through that
Detective Johnny Robertson-O’Byrne
During one rape Taylor told his victim that she wanted it and was begging for it while her children were in the next room.
He also bribed girls under 12 with chocolates and by letting them use his phone to let him touch them.
Some victims had chunks of hair pulled out when they resisted while another recounted the moment Taylor put his hand over her throat and squeezed when she tried to scream for help.
Taylor’s defense lawyer Eric Forster said his client was himself a victim of abuse after being placed in state care following his dad’s suicide and was prone to drinking and being sexually aggressive.
According to Forster, Taylor was ‘starting to see the effects’ of what he had done and wanted a discount on his sentence given his background.
Justice Cooke praised the young women for their bravery.
Robertson-O’Byrne said: “I’m very proud of each and everyone of them for dealing with it in the way that they have and have carried themselves. They’ve been very brave.”
Taylor was handed a 20 year sentence but was given a 25 percent discount and an extra year off for his personal circumstances.