Updated: Thursday, 25 Mar 2010, 11:21 PM MDT
Published : Thursday, 25 Mar 2010, 11:20 PM MDT
ALBUQUERQUE, NM - An Albuquerque pimp cut his losses Thursday afternoon.
Bobby McMullin, the man who who ran a prostitution ring, extorted a sports celebrity and laundered money, pleaded to 20 years in prison for his crimes.
Prosecutors said he would have was faced more than a hundred years in prison if he did not cut a deal.
Judge Pat Murdoch rattled off nine charges in district court Thursday.
The charges included extortion, promoting prostitution, racketeering and more.
McMullin, 49, pleaded no contest to all of them.
McMullin ran a pricey online escort service out of the North Valley called Private Ice.
He offered male and female prostitutes and some of them were underage.
One of his workers eventually turned on him and told police.
The extortion charge is because McMullin tried to extort $750,000 from former race car driver Al Unser Junior.
McMullin claimed to have compromising video of Unser Jr. that was unrelated to prostitution.
Prosecutors never found the tape.
"We just had all the documentation with regard to the extortion,” Bernalillo County Chief Deputy District Attorney Mark Drebing said. “In fact, Mr. McMullin prepared a extortion promissory note, that we had the original of."
McMullin was tried last year on separate charges related to the same prostitution ring.
He was found guilty and sentenced to 13 years.
He will serve his two sentences at the same time, not back to back.
McMullin will also have to register a sex offender once he gets out.
Prosecutors said he possessed nude photos of a 16-year-old girl he was dating who was also working as one of his escorts.