CHICAGO (CBS) — After the death of 5-year-old A.J. Freund the Department of Children and Family Services was intensely scrutinized and accused of not doing enough to save his life.

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Now A.J.’s little sister is in the same agency’s custody.

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Joann Cunningham gave birth to a baby girl last month.

She and A.J.’s father, Andrew Freund Sr., both pleaded not guilty to killing A.J. then falsely reporting him missing.

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After A.J.’s death reports found A.J. told a doctor of possible abuse four months before he was killed, but DCFS deemed those allegations unfounded.