Those with body hair were shot dead on the spot. Those without body hair were considered too young to be executed and were, instead, sent to training camps to be trained as killers.
The girls were sold as sex slaves.
The Yazidi are an ethnic group indigenous to Mesopotamia but concentrated in Iraq.
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A Yazidi slave who was forced to become an ISIS child soldier has told how his life was spared because he didn't have any armpit hair.
Ahmed Aslef was just ten years old when jihadi gunmen stormed the Iraqi village of Kocho, lined them up and massacred around 800 men, women and children last year.
He said the youngsters were told to raise their arms and those without underarm hair were judged too young to be murdered.
Those who did were ruled to be older than ten and shot on the spot, he added.
They were instead recruited into the terror group's notorious youth wing, known as the Cubs of the Caliphate, to be groomed into sadistic killers.
His two young sisters also survived, but only to be sold as sex slaves along with other members of his family in the cities of Mosul and Raqqa.
Speaking to Lara Whyte from the International Business Times, Ahmed said: 'With Daesh (ISIS), I didn't go to school with girls. I didn't learn maths.
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