Leroy Hendricks, right, sits by his attorney during his trial on Oct. 4, 1994, in a courtroom in Wichita. Hendricks has had what the U.S. Supreme Court calls a "chilling history" of sexually abusing children starting in 1955. He was the first person committed under a law that allowed high-risk sex offenders to be kept against their will after they finished serving their criminal sentences. Hendricks is now scheduled to move to Lawrence.

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