Chief deputy district attorney for Solano County, Sharon Henry said that the alleged abuse was inflicted with "sadistic goal".
Separately, prosecutors in Riverside County filed eight new charges against a father accused of shackling and starving some of his 13 children, alleging that he lied on government forms about their schooling.
Greg Hurlbut, a Fairfield Police Lieutenant, declared that the floors were covered in animal and human feces and that trash was piled in every area of the house. There was so much debris that some areas of the home were unaccessible, according to Hurlbut.
Based on that information, an arrest warrant was issued for the father.
Following the sentence in the Turpin case, California authorities have identified yet another example of child torture. "I've been in law enforcement since.well. more than 30 years ago", said Hurlbut.
A man pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of child abuse and torture after he was arrested Friday following an investigation that began in late March, Solano County prosecutors and Fairfield police said.
She and her husband each got here from damaged houses and so they needed a big household, she stated.
So far the authorities have discovered the children were home-schooled but it is still unclear what the couple did for a living.
One of the rescued kids reportedly said that they endured puncture wounds, burns, bruising and injuries consistent with being shot with a BB or airsoft gun. The officers found the missing 12-year-old and returned to the child's home. Officers then conducted a "health and safety search", which led to the arrest of Rogers that day.
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Neighbor Larry Magnaye said he had no idea there were 10 children living in the house across the street.
She also said her house was in a tumultuous condition because she had "ripped it apart" in order to look for her missing son. "I was afraid that I could not find him". Once that fear sets in, you don't know what to do'. "I tore up my house, I lifted up beds, I ripped things out of the closet, I completely tore up everything to make sure that he really wasn't here".
Rogers was released after posting $10,000 bail on April 9. The 10 children were taken into protective custody by Solano County Child Welfare services. According to Rogers, the children are now staying with family members.
Police said an investigation into the family revealed a 'long and continuous history of severe physical and emotional abuse of the children'.
On Monday, Rogers gave reporters a tour of her house, while denying her husband abused the children.
The police were made aware of the awful conditions of the household after a 12-year-old boy was brought back to the house. "And so I've had many people question my right to parent and I feel this whole situation has exploded".
The parents - Ina Rogers (30) and Jonathan Allen (29) have been arrested.
On Friday, officers arrested Allen, charging him with nine counts of felony torture and six counts of child abuse. Eight of the ten children are Rogers' and Allen's biological children.