Published Monday, 22 October 2012
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Barry McCarney told police he "tried to be a dad" to the 15-month-old and said he didn't know what happened to her.
He also described Millie as a "beautiful little child".
Millie died in December 2009 after being admitted to Erne Hospital in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, with serious head injuries.
Thirty-three-year-old McCarney, of Woodview Crescent in Trillick, denies murder and sexual assault.
Millie's 27-year-old mother Rachael Martin, from Main Street, Kesh, denies failing to protect her daughter from the unlawful act that caused her death.
Dungannon Crown Court also heard from Reverend Henry Blair on Friday.
He was with the family in intensive care as doctors worked to try and save Millie. Mr Blair said a prayer and added that McCarney did too.
He said a short time later police arrived and took McCarney away in handcuffs.
Mr Blair said Mr McCarney turned towards Rachael and said "it's not mine" as he was led away.
The trial continues.