A father daughter pair in Georgia have been charged with starving a 15-month-old baby to death. Three other children, along with a 22-year-old woman reported missing four years ago, were all found living with the man and daughter in a Peachtree Corners hotel.
The daughter, Najaa Mcintosh, 23, was ordered by her 44-year-old father Calvin Mcintosh, to starve “anyone who was disobedient in the house,” authorities say. The missing woman, Iasia Sweeting, was found in the hotel room wrapped in a blanket and weighing only 59 lbs.
On Tuesday (Nov. 11), Calvin brought the severely malnourished child into an Fulton County hospital, but she was already dead. Father and daughter have been charged with first-degree murder, malice murder, and cruelty to children and a physically disabled adult. Calvin faces additional charges of in addition to rape, aggravated sodomy, and incest.
He fathered all three children left in the hotel room: a 3-year-old with Sweeting, and two others —ages 3 and 5— with his biological daughter.
The family belonged to the Nuwaubian Nation of Moors religion headed by Dwight “Malachi” York, who is currently serving a 135-year sentenced for molesting with his followers’ children, and racketeering.