A Melbourne judge on Tuesday placed the woman, who gave birth to her sixth child last year, on a two-year community corrections order and ordered her to perform hours of unpaid community work. She admitted making no real effort to find out how old the boy was and had given in to her desires to have sex with him. But a jury in Wilkes-Barre convicted the mother, 45, of rape of a child, corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children and incest. It convicted the father, 53, of conspiracy to commit rape of a child, corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children and distributing explicit sexual material to minors. The woman's daughter told police her mother had initially been reluctant to allow the boy to drink alcohol but eventually agreed and he was helping himself to alcohol in the fridge throughout the night. The boy boasted to his mate how the sex with the woman had been "the best". She had pleaded guilty to one count of sexual penetration of a child under 16 and was placed on the sex offenders' register for 15 years. Advertisement The boy and his teenage friend, who had been going out with the woman's year-old daughter, spent the night at the woman's home on September 16, A psychological report revealed the woman, now aged 31, had no paedophilic tendencies and the chances of her re-offending were low. Copyright The Associated Press. The judge, who cannot be named as it could identify the victim, said the boy had been under the care and supervision of the Department of Human Services since he was 12, and was living in residential accommodation in Bendigo. The judge told the court the boy, now aged 17, had provided a victim impact statement which revealed he now realised the woman had taken advantage of him and the sex had not been a good or appropriate thing to do. The boy later told police he had been drunk on the night and could not remember what had happened but that the sex had been consensual and he had no regrets. But the judge said the woman had since turned her life around, was in a positive relationship and had gone back to school to complete her Year 12 studies. AP - A couple was convicted Friday of sexually abusing their young son, who testified he had frequent sexual encounters with his mom while his dad offered him instructions or tips on what to do. The mother and the father took the witness stand in their own defense and denied the allegations. Detailing the woman's background, the judge said her mother had abandoned her when she was a baby and her adoptive father and brother had physically and sexually abused her.