- Families are suing Georgia-based sperm bank Xytex Cry International
- They say a donor lied about his health history, putting children at risk
- Xytex says it complies "with all industry standards"
(CNN)He was handsome and healthy, with several degrees and a genius-level IQ. On paper, Donor 9623 embodied the best genetics had to offer. At least 36 children were born using his donated sperm.