Taxi driver charged over alleged rape of girl, 10

A 10-year-old girl with profound hearing difficulties was allegedly raped several times by a cab driver hired to take her to school.

Sydney police charged the 64-year-old on Tuesday morning with eight sexual assault offences, including two counts of aggravated sexual intercourse with a physically impaired child 10-14 years old, after investigating allegations from late 2013.

"The offences, which are alleged to have occurred on a number of occasions in 2009 when the girl was aged 10 and 11, took place in the vehicle the man used to transport her to and from school," police said.

The alleged child rapist would abuse the girl a few streets from her home, after dropping other children off at the end of the school day.

He appeared in Liverpool Local Court on Tuesday and was denied bail.

He's due before Campbelltown Local Court in May.