HUNTSVILLE, Texas -- A former Tejano singer, convicted of sexually assaulting his niece, was released from a Huntsville prison Thursday.
Former lead singer for Grupo Mazz, Jose "Joe" Lopez, was convicted and sentenced to 32 years in prison more than a decade ago for the raping of his then 13-year-old, niece.
In 2017, Lopez was granted parole after serving 10 years of his sentence.
Prior to his parole release, Lopez had to undergo a sex offender course.
The conditions of his release include no contact with children, registering as a sex offender and not using the internet.
Former Tejano star convicted of raping his niece released from prison