Six top-level executives at a nonprofit group that houses thousands of migrant children for the U.S. government made at least $1 million in 2017, according to tax filings obtained by The Washington Post.

Juan Sanchez, founder of the Texas-based Southwest Key Programs, earned $3.6 million in total compensation that year. Five other employees earned seven-figure salaries, with the group’s chief financial officer earning more than $2.4 million…

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