|SOL: +6 years from age 21 or +3 from liberal discovery, whichever is later. S.C. Code Ann. § 15-3-555(A)
1. Majority. Yes age 21.
a. S.C. Code Ann. § 15-3-555(A) “within six years after the person becomes twenty-one years of age.”
2. Discovery, yes liberal.
a. S.C. Code Ann. § 15-3-555(A) “An action to recover damages for injury to a person arising out of an act of sexual abuse or incest must be commenced within six years after the person becomes twenty-one years of age or within three years from the time of discovery by the person of the injury and the causal relationship between the injury and the sexual abuse or incest, whichever occurs later.”
S.C. Code Ann. § 16-3- 655. [This section defines the various crimes of Criminal sexual conduct with a minor, No SOL is mentioned.]
From the state judiciary website:
South Carolina Judicial Dep’t, Summary Court Judges Bench Book, “Introduction to Criminal Law: Substantive and Procedural Law,” http://www.judicial.state.sc.us/summaryCourtBenchBook/HTML/CriminalA.htm (last visited Jan. 20, 2015) [ “South Carolina does not have a general statute of limitations for criminal actions; however, in a few very rare instances, a period of limitations is incorporated in specific criminal statutes.”]