AMARILLO -- The Stanley Marsh 3 sexual abuse civil cases have been settled.
KAMR NBC 4 was first to break the news early Saturday.
The ten plaintiffs claimed they were sexually abused by the Amarillo millionaire when they were underage teenage boys.
The statement from the plaintiffs' attorney says the plaintiffs, Marsh, and all the other Marsh entities in the case have resolved their differences. No one involved will comment further. No one involved will disclose the terms of the settlement, either.
The ten men who sued Marsh claimed they were paid in cash, cars or both for sexual favors.
They say they were between the ages of 15 and 17 at the time of the incidents, which allegedly began sometime in 2010.
Marsh isn't out of the woods yet.
He still faces eleven criminal charges.
He's charged with six counts of sexual assault of a child and five counts of sexual performance by a child.
Marsh had similar criminal charges against him dropped back in 1996 after he was indicted on three counts of indecency with a child through sexual contact.
That same year, he also settled a civil suit with an alleged victim of sexual contact.