The Wisconsin man accused of convincing a 14-year-old Tennessee teen to film her adoptive father raping her will remain in custody for the moment.

A U.S. magistrate judge declined a bid Tuesday afternoon by lawyers for Bryan D. Rogers, 31, to let him go pending prosecution in U.S. District Court in Madison, Wisconsin.

U.S. Magistrate Judge Peter Oppeneer set a Feb. 21 arraignment for Rogers, who has been held in the Dane County, Wisconsin, jail since earlier this month.

Authorities say Rogers traded online messages with a Monroe County girl from late December until mid-January, when he traveled from Wisconsin to Tennessee, drove her away from her home and hid her in his mother's basement.

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