A Honduran man who illegally entered the U.S. three times kidnapped his estranged girlfriend and repeatedly raped her at knife-point on a drive from Missouri to New Jersey, according to federal prosecutors.

Jose Amaya-Vasquez, 30, was arrested in May at a motel near Philadelphia, after law enforcement officers tracked the victim's cell phone. He was charged by federal prosecutors on Oct. 14.

Amaya-Vasquez was first accused of entering the country illegally in 2005, but wasn’t caught by police and deported until July 2014, according to the complaint.

He was stopped again two months later after illegally entering the country from Mexico. After serving 30 days in jail, he was deported and barred from re-entering the country for 20 years.

In addition to sexual assault and kidnapping charges in New Jersey, Amaya-Vasquez also faces unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a weapon for an unlawful purpose, terroristic threats and resisting arrest.

He’s being held in jail on $400,000 bail, and is also under investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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