The court heard the victim had reported the abuse at the time only to retract her statement when she feared her identity would be revealed during a trial. She made another complaint last year.
Prosecutor Simon Phillips said: “She describes him giving her £1 and telling her he did not want to hurt her and if she told anyone he would go to jail.”
In a statement the victim said the abuse has had a detrimental effect on her life.
She said: “I feel my innocent childhood was taken away from me. No-one has the right to do that. I have always struggled to trust men.
“I have tried to move on with my life. I want people to realise once a child has been abused your life is changed forever.”
Glover, who now lives in Prestatyn, pleaded guilty to two offences of indecent assault on the day of his trial
Judge David Fletcher also handed Glover a Sexual Harm Prevention Order – which prevents him from having any unsupervised contact with any girl under 16 – and placed him on the sex offenders’ register for the rest of his life.