Peter Baker, 68, of Clare Road, was convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child after a trial at Guildford Crown Court.
He was sentenced at the court on Friday (April 28) by Recorder Jeremy Carter-Manning.
On the first count, Baker was jailed for five years, with an extended licence period of six years.
He must serve at least two-thirds of the five-year sentence in prison and, if he breaches the terms of his eventual release, he can be recalled to serve the full 11-year term.
On the second count, he received a four-year jail term to run concurrently.
Baker was added to the sex offenders' register for life and was made the subject of an indefinite sexual harm prevention order.
On the first count, Baker was sentenced with a co-defendant, Michael Slark, 69, of Cavendish Road, Sunbury, Surrey.
Slark was convicted of 25 offences at trial and pleaded guilty to another 13 offences.
The court was told Slark had raped and sexually assaulted six young girls between July 4, 1973, and June 14, 2014.
Recorder Carter-Manning had described his convictions as “an absolute catalogue of serious offences against children going back many years”.
Slark was jailed for 22 years, with an extended licence period of six years, for rape of a girl under 16.
He must serve at least two thirds of the 22-year sentence in prison and, if he breaches the terms of his eventual release, he can be recalled to serve the full 28-year term.
His other sentences run concurrently with this.
They are for four counts of rape, 15 counts of indecent assault against a child, six counts of indecency with a child, three counts of sexual assault of a child under 13 and four counts of sexual activity with a child.
Slark was also sentenced for one count each of rape of a child under 13, incitement to commit indecent assault, inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, making indecent photographs of a child and sexual touching of an adult.
Slark was also added to the Sex Offenders' Register for life.
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