Two men - including one from Leeds - have been found guilty of drugging and raping vulnerable underage girls they found walking the streets.
Shazad Rehman, 30, and Bilal Hussain, 23, denied abusing the girls, who were picked up as the pair cruised the streets of Keighley and Halifax.
A jury of eight men and two women found them guilty of a series of sex and drugs offences at Bradford Crown Court after two days of deliberation.
The court heard how Rehman and Hussain plied the girls with alcohol and cannabis and took them to hotels for sex.
Rehman referred to the girls as “fresh meat”, the court heard.
The trial heard how one of the girls, who was 14 when the attacks happened in 2010 and 2011, was repeatedly raped.
Prosecutors told the jury how the men acted together and deliberately went out to target vulnerable victims who had problems and were looking for attention.
The men used the Alder House Hotel in Batley and the Campanile Hotel in Bradford.
Judge Jonathan Rose told the defendants they will be sentenced this afternoon and warned them the only decision he needed to make was how long they will each spend in prison.
Rehman, of no fixed address, was found guilty of raping two girls, sexual activity with one of the same girls and sexually assaulting two different girls.
Hussain, of Neville Road Avenue, Leeds, was found guilty of raping two girls and assaulting one of his victims.
Both men were also convicted of a series of drugs offences and a charge of conspiring to intimidate a witness.
Neither opted to give evidence during the trial, which lasted a number of weeks.