Former Lewis County Pastor Charged With Sexual Abuse Of A Child
A former Kentucky pastor has been returned to the Commonwealth to face sexual abuse charges.
Duncan Aker Jr., 63, served as pastor at the Vanceburg Christian Church until 2011 when he moved to Indiana. Police say he sexually abused a boy under 12-years-old between 2007 and 2010. According to the indictment, investigators say the abuse took place in a vehicle along the AA Highway, in Aker's home, in an outbuilding he owned, and in the church.
Aker faces four counts of first degree sodomy and five counts of first degree sexual abuse. He was indicted last month and booked into the Lewis County Detention Center Monday.
Aker is scheduled to enter a plea in the case next week.