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The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) praised the "bravery" of the girl who told Camara she would ring the police as soon as she got out of his taxi.
Camara, of Dawn Walk, Liverpool, denied sexual assault but was convicted at Liverpool Crown Court and placed on the sex offenders' register for life.
He had stopped to let the girl use the toilet at a supermarket in the Allerton area of the city but then assaulted her as she got back in.
Senior Crown Prosecutor Sarah Egan said: "His victim entrusted him with her safety when she got into his taxi, but he abused that trust and sexually assaulted her, taking advantage of the vulnerable condition she was in at the time.
"He had no right to treat the victim as he did. He has shown no remorse for his actions."
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