Minneapolis' Kingdom Kare Learning Center has lost its child care license after state authorities determined that more than a dozen children there had been abused.
The Minnesota Department of Human Services revoked the daycare's license Aug. 10.
Video footage from April 2016 showed a staff person used a "long and thin stick" to strike 14 children. The investigation found that two others at the facility grabbed kids by their wrists or hit them.
The center closed last winter and had been operating under a conditional license.
Kingdom Kare is also being investigated for claims of financial misconduct related to the center's billing for the child care assistance program.
"No child should be subjected to maltreatment and the fact that 14 children were involved is especially egregious," DHS Inspector General Carolyn Ham said in a statement.