Ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww Biological father, 49, and daughter, 25, in incestuous relationship lose custody of second baby after their first son, plagued with genetic problems, was also taken away The baby boy was taken away four days after he was born in Oregon to Chalena Mae Moody, 25, and her father, Eric Lee Gates, 49 Authorities say Moody and Gates, were living as a couple in Springfield, before moving to Klamath Falls - they now have had two children Pair did not know each other during Moody's childhood Moody was married when she gave birth to child and already had three other children A biological father and daughter in an incestuous relationship have lost custody of their second baby after the first son, plagued with genetic problems, was also taken away. The baby boy was removed from their care four days after he was born in Oregon last year, Eric Lee Gates and his adult daughter, Chalena Mae Moody, had asked the appeals court to overturn a decision for the baby to be put in foster care, but their case was rejected, reports the Register Guard. The baby boy was taken away just four days after he was born in Oregon and Eric Lee Gates (right) and his adult daughter, Chalena Mae Moody, (left) had asked the appeals court to overturn a decision for the baby to be put in foster care In March, Moody, 25, was sentenced to 10 days in jail on the incest charge, but got credit for time already served and did not have to serve any additional days behind bars Authorities say Moody and her father were living as a couple in Springfield, before moving to Klamath Falls and have had two children under two years of age. In March, Moody, 25, was sentenced to 10 days in jail on the incest charge, but got credit for time already served and did not have to serve any additional days behind bars. She also received 18 months probation. Gates, 49, is currently serving a six-month jail sentence for violating his probation by moving back in with Moody after he was originally convicted of incest in January. Gates was also ordered to pay restitution to the State of Oregon for the medical expenses of the two children. Gates and Moody are prohibited from contacting each other while on probation. Incest, even when both participants are adults, is a felony crime in Oregon. The pair have two children together - born in 2013 and 2014 - a third died in utero. Moody was married to another man at the time of the second child's birth. The pair have two children together - born in 2013 and 2014 - a third died in utero. Moody (pictured) was married to another man at the time of the second child's birth with her father But according to DHS, both she and her father admitted that the two boys were their offspring. The appeals court opinion states the child born in 2013 has 'significant medical issues, including medical issues that are likely due to the close genetic relationship of his biological parents' and there is a chance these are present in the newborn. According to the appeals court’s opinion, Moody previously gave birth to three other children, all of whom have been adopted. The pair had argued that the appeals court failed to establish that their relationship posed a risk to their child who is now four months. But the appeals court opinion states the reasons that the child was taken include the mother's substance abuse and 'chaotic lifestyle' the pair both led as well as Gates' criminal past. Authorities say Gates was not Moody's custodial parent during her childhood, as he served several stints in prison while she was growing up. According to authorities, neither Gates nor Moody knew they were related when a mutual friend introduced them and the pair began a relationship. Springfield police Detective Dave Lewis said Gates and Moody openly admitted to their consensual relationship, to being father-daughter and also conceiving children together. DNA tests were performed on the family, and it was determined that Gates and Moody were related and had children from an incestuous relationship, Lewis said. Oregon State law defines incest as when a person marries or engages in sexual intercourse or deviate sexual intercourse with another whom the person knows to be related to them, either legitimately or illegitimately, as an ancestor, descendant, brother or sister of either whole or half-blood. Incest is a Class C felony, punishable by up to five years in prison and $125,000 in fines.