Two men have pleaded guilty to helping to run a prostitution ring for migrant workers in San Diego County.
Each could face up to 10 years in prison. They are expected to be sentenced in January.
Court documents say Aguila-Tecuapacho rented an apartment in Vista where one of the prostitutes lived. Prosecutors say Tzompantzi-Serrano drove the women to work in outdoor brothels.
A third man who faces charges of bringing the women across the border from Mexico will stand trial next month.