The Centennial Park group split from the FLDS Church led by infamous jailed polygamist Warren Jeffs in 1986 because of doctrinal differences.
(Photo by Stephan Gladieu/Getty Images)UNDATED - UNSPECIFIED: In this handout provided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), polygamist Warren Steed Jeffs is pictured on a FBI Ten Most Wanted poster.
Vicki, currently a stay-at-home mum, has been married to Joe, who runs a construction company, for 22 years, while Valerie joined the family as his third wife in 2000.
Brave Joe was just 18 when he began dating Vicki and her cousin Alina at the SAME TIME, and married at them in a joint wedding ceremony in 1990.
(Photo by Mike Terry/Deseret Morning News/Getty Images)COLORADO CITY, ARIZONA - MARCH 3: A large church building of The Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS) stands empty and unused for almost a year March 3, 2004 in Colorado City, Arizona after the Prophet of the church Warren Jeffs said the people weren't worthy enough to attend church.
The FLDS Church believes in Polygamy, and is in legal battles with several former male members of the church over property rights and custody custody of their wives and children after they were kicked out of the church.
(Photo by Khampha Bouaphanh/Fort Worth Star-Telegram/MCT via Getty Images)CENTENNIAL PARK, ARIZONA, USA - FEBRUARY, 2008: Trampoline jumping is always a hit in Ray Timpson's family.Jeffs has since been convicted of "sexual assault" and "aggravated sexual assault" and was sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years.But the convicted rapist still runs the church from his prison cell.Most of the homes in Hildale and Colorado City which is run by the FLDS Church are unfinished.
The FLDS Church which believes in Polygamy, and is in legal battles with several former male members of the church over property rights and custody custody of their wives and children after they were kicked out of the church.
(Handout by Federal Bureau of Investigation via Getty Images)Women and children from the YFZ Ranch, the compound built by polygamist leader Warren Jeffs, are moved by bus to San Angelo, Texas, on Sunday, April 6, 2008.