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How do we pressure the legal system to tighten sentences for these people?

Why aren't the people who run these places being given a minimum of 25 years in prison? I read a PDF just yesterday, listing various cases throughout Canada, and the most anyone got was 16 years; most of the other defendants got something much shorter, unlike most people who go to jail for life for even just one murder or threatening thereof (not even of someone necessarily underage). I just scoured Google looking for even just one case where someone affiliated with one of these places was sentenced to life, and the only thing that came close was the judge who was sentenced 28 years for selling kids for bribes.

Why are these people getting off relatively easy compared to just about anyone else? How do we pressure the legal system to impose either life or death on people who obviously are never gonna change their ways even upon release?