PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Officials say a Beaverton man was found guilty of multiple charges of child sexual abuse for the second time Monday after his first conviction was thrown out by an appeals court in 2017. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Mauricio Ambriz-Arguello was accused of abusing an underage relative starting when she was 6 years old and continuing into her teenage years. A Washington County jury convicted him of rape, sodomy and sex abuse. A concerned relative learned of the abuse, officials say, and encouraged the girl to speak with a school counselor. When she did, the counselor alerted authorities.