The case was heard at Antrim Crown Court sitting in Belfast
Two men who sexually assaulted a teenage schoolgirl have been sent to jail for a total of eight years.
Toomebridge men Eugene Devlin, 19, and Ciaran McFall, 25, pleaded guilty to a series of sex offences against the 13-year-old girl.
Antrim Crown Court, sitting in Belfast, heard the acts happened in June 2008.
Devlin was ordered to serve four and a half years at a Young Offenders Centre, while McFall was jailed for three and a half years.
Judge Philip Babington told the pair their actions towards the girl had been "quite appalling" and that on the night the offences culminated, they "behaved like animals to satisfy their own desires".
On the day their trial was due to begin last May, Devlin, from McCorley Road and McFall, from Station Park, both pleaded guilty to committing indecent assault and gross indecency on the girl on 28 June last year.
Devlin also pleaded guilty to one further charge of having unlawful carnal knowledge, one of indecent assault and two of committing an act of gross indecency with the girl on dates between 21 June and 27 June last year.
An earlier court heard that over the course of that week, Devlin had met the girl three times and had engaged in various sex acts with her, including having sex with her at his house, before the pair took her to McFall's house on 28 June when the offences came to light.
Prosecuting QC Richard Weir told the judge how the pair gave the girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, several shots of Goldschlager schnappps before Devlin first molested her and then McFall joined in despite the teenager's protests.
Before recounting the facts, Judge Babington apologised to the girl's family for having to rehearse the gruesome details of what happened to the 13-year-old.
The offences came to light when the girl got home and told her parents what had happened and the pair were arrested and interviewed.
During police questioning Devlin replied "no comment" to officers' enquiries while McFall claimed he "would never have done what was alleged against him".
Going through the various reports which had been lodged with the court, Judge Babington revealed that Devlin had been abusing drink and drugs from the age of 12 and that while he had shown remorse, "even now he has limited awareness of the consequences of his behaviour".
McFall had also expressed remorse and had "apologised" for his behaviour, he said.
After both agreed to spend a further three years on probation, Judge Babington ordered them to sign the police sex offenders register for the rest of their lives and banned them from ever working with children.
Under a five-year Sexual Offences Prevention Order, both Devlin and McFall were also barred from having unsupervised contact with any girl under 16-years-old or from contacting their victim or her family.