There are a number of things which will prevent you from suing successfully. The first is a lack of damages, and another is having a criminal conviction. If you plead guilty or are convicted, you cannot sue for civil rights violations.
As to the issue of whether your daughter consented, a minor cannot consent to sex with an adult as a matter of law.
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