Ian Watkins, former lead singer of British rock band Lostprophets, has been sentenced to 35 years for child sex offences including the attempted rape of a baby.
Watkins had pleaded guilty to a series of sexual offenses in November.
Watkins, 36, was arrested last December and charged with more than 20 offenses, including raping a baby, conspiring to sexually assault a child and making indecent images.
He had denied the charges but changed his plea later at Cardiff Crown Court and admitted 11 offences, including sexually touching a one-year-old, encouraging a groupie to abuse her child and making child pornography.
Lostprophets — which formed in 1997 and had a chart-topping album in 2006 with "Liberation Transmission" — announced it was disbanding after Watkins' arrest.