A DAD allegedly kidnapped and stabbed his teenage daughter's boyfriend to death because he believed he was responsible for selling her to a sex trafficking ring.

John Eisenman, 60, was charged with first-degree murder after the body of a 19-year-old man was found in the back of an abandoned car in Spokane, Washington last month.

Cops said that Eisenman had "become aware" last October that his daughter was allegedly sold into a sex trafficking ring by her then-boyfriend Andrew Sorensen.

Police said the dad was able to rescue his daughter and return her back to Spokane.

Cops alleged that a month later Eisenman abducted Sorensen by tying him up and putting him in the trunk of the car, the New York Post reports.

In a statement uploaded to Facebook, police said Eisenman assaulted him with a cinder block and “stabbed him repeatedly”, causing his death.

Eisenman drove the car to a remote area within North Spokane County and abandoned the vehicle with the body inside, according to police.

Sorensen was reported missing that same month.

The car was then driven to Spokane by a “third party”. Cops say they do not believe the “third party” knew that there was a body in the trunk.

Residents discovered the abandoned 1991 green Honda Accord and allegedly started taking items from the vehicle, according to The Spokesman-Review.

They also noticed a foul smell. Police said the inside of the car was covered in mold and they found the body when they looked in the trunk.

Sorensen's ankles and hands were tied and there was tape over his mouth, court documents reveal.

Spokane County coroners have listed the cause and manner of death as pending.

Eisenman had no recent criminal history and was booked into Spokane County Jail for first-degree murder.

He was arrested on Friday and police say that he confessed to killing Sorensen while in custody, according to The Spokesman-Review.

Eisenman has been jailed on a $1million bond.

Cops said Sorensen had “no significant adult criminal history” in Washington state.

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