Individuals can't really press charges but you can and should report these crimes to the police. The police will investigate and then the County Attorney will decide whether to file a criminal complaint or seek an indictment against the perpetrator.
If you are now an adult, you could also seek out an attorney who handles civil cases for adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse to explore whether there are still any possibilities for pursuing a civil action against the perpetrator. Be sure also to find yourself a counselor or advisor who can help you process the emotional aspects of having been sexually abused.
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