Feb. 15, 2017 (Hagåtña) – A man who has served 10 of his 15 years at the Department of Corrections for sexual assault will go before an immigrations judge for deportation.
Pursuant to a plea agreement, Carlo Alfred Tenorio Borja was sentenced to 15 years in prison for criminal sexual conduct as a first-degree felony. Borja was originally charged with first-degree criminal sexual conduct as a first-degree felony, second-degree criminal sexual conduct as a first-degree felony, kidnapping as a second-degree felony, terrorizing as a third-degree felony, assault as a misdemeanor and harassment as a petty misdemeanor. Those charges were later dropped as part of Borja’s plea agreement. According to the judgement, he was not allowed to contact the victims.
A citizen of the Philippines, Borja was eligible for parole next year. His scheduled release was 2021. U.S. immigration officials flagged Borja as having committed a deportable crime and was flagged with a federal detainer. Police notified the victims. They told police they support Borja’s deportation.
This case marks the 23rd commutation for either voluntary removal or deportation through the Governor’s efforts to make Guam’s streets safer for residents.

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