JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Four sisters are breaking their silence 10 years after they endured sexual abuse as children.
A trusted family friend is now locked up for what he did to them.
"As much as I want to say that it has not affected my life, it has. It's a huge part of my life and I think about it every day," said Tasha Walker.
Walking down Post Street in Riverside, it's hard for her to look at the house she was sexually abused in for years in the late 90's.
"It's really really gruesome everything that happened there, and it is hard to look at it," she said.
Even though her attacker is behind bars and no longer lives here, revisiting the site of the attack is painful.
"Me and my sisters and brother, we were searching for that kind of relationship with an adult, someone we could trust. And our entire lives we were searching for someone we could trust," she said.
Harvey Duncan was it.
A married, middle aged photographer, Walker's parents trusted him to look after Walker and her 4 siblings.
"He got lucky as a sexual predator. He picked a family that was already not stable," she said.
The kids were in and out of foster care growing up.
But in Duncan's care, it was much worse.
According to court documents, the five kids suffered two years of sustained sexual abuse in his home.
"We all agreed to come out about it, and I felt like it would give us closure. So what if we took you to the exact spot that it happened to get closure," said Autum Sorrell.
Sorrell is the oldest of the five. She's the one who turned in Duncan.
Their brother did not want to be identified for the story, and the two youngest sisters didn't want to show their face.
But Autum and Tasha wanted to go back to the attic where the abuse happened more than 10 years ago.
"Now that I'm looking right here, he could probably just sit right there and watch us out the window," said Sorrell.
They lived across the street from Duncan. Now, sitting in the old attic, the two sisters are finally talking about the years that changed their lives.
"We never ever ever brought this up to each other, mentioned it, how it affected us. We were probably embarrassed or ashamed to bring it up," she said.
But not anymore.
While Harvey Duncan still has 10 years behind bars, this family wants to live the rest of their lives free of him.
"In this situation it's purely to get the message out to other people that this is happening to that you can be alright, you can't let it get you down, you can't let it define your personality," said Tasha.