A week after Rogerio Cadena was ordered to pay $1 million in restitution to 17 women he helped smuggle from Mexico and forced to be prostitutes in cities throughout Florida, attorneys involved in the case are trying to figure out how to collect the money on behalf of the victims.

The women, some as young as 14, were brought here by the Cadena family thinking they would get jobs as nannies and housekeepers. Instead, they were forced to service men every 15 minutes for 12 hours a day, six days a week. The men were charged $20 for each encounter.

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