SAN ANTONIO -- The trial continues for a San Antonio man accused of charges ranging from sex-trafficking to murder.
On Thursday morning the prosecution called the 17-year-old alleged victim to the stand. She claims she had sex with defendant Kwaku Agyin within hours of meeting him in 2011, before working as a prostitute for him.
The prosecution spent a great deal of time trying to establish the teen as a credible witness.
She testified that she no longer works as a prostitute and is trying to get a GED.
The teen told the jury that she felt forced to work for Agyin.
"From my experience with men off the streets, when they get aggressive, they get pretty bad. So, I just said OK," she said on the witness stand.
Thursday afternoon, a woman claiming to be Agyin's ex-girlfriend testified that the defendant called her and told her he was going to rob victim Marcus Anderson at gunpoint.
This matched the testimony of the teen, who was allegedly used by Agyin to lure Anderson to the Skyline Motel on October 2, 2011.
Anderson was shot multiple times and he was later found dead in a motel stairwell.
"Marcus was able to crawl out the door. Whenever he was able to crawl out the door he started yelling. 'Run! Come on, let's go! Let's go! Let's go,'" the teen testified.
Agyin faces a number of charges that carry the possibility of a life sentence, including aggravated sexual assault of a minor and child sex-trafficking.
The prosecution is expected to resume its case Friday morning.