A sperm donor who fathered a colleague’s child 18 years ago and has held himself out as the father cannot now deny his paternity, said a Nassau County, N.Y., judge, who denied the donor’s request for a genetic test.

Family Court Judge Ellen R. Greenberg found that reversing course now would have a “traumatic effect” on the 18-year-old, who currently lives in Oregon.

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