Three Ohio pastors already facing charges of sex trafficking underage girls were slapped with a new indictment Tuesday that alleges they conspired to exploit their victims. They all pleaded not guilty to the crimes that could keep them behind bars for the rest of their lives.  Last month, Pastor Kenneth Butler, 37, of Kingdom Encounter Family Worship Center in Toledo, Ohio,

was arrested and slapped with federal sex trafficking charges, joining the Rev. Cordell Jenkins, 46, and the Rev. Anthony Haynes, 38, behind bars. Jenkins founded and was pastor of Abundant Life Ministries while Haynes led the Greater Life Christian Center, the Toledo Blade reported. Earlier this year on April 7, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents arrested Jenkins and Haynes for sex trafficking of children. MORE