When elie and his father arrive in Buna Concentration camp, they notice that the head of the camp is especially kind to children. why is this so?

this is a final exam question from chapter 4 and 5

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The leader of the camp and the head of Eliezer's tent both take a special interest in children and give them extra food. This is because they trade the children among homosexuals at the camp.