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A child isn't emancipated just because she has a child of her own. However, you can move to terminate support based on the fact that she's no longer living at home if she has a job and has become self-supporting, if she and the boyfriend get married, or if he accepts the obligation to support her. You'd be able to argue that he's accepted this obligation by moving in with her and having a child with her. It's possible that the judge would order you to keep paying if she isn't working and able to support herself - however, you could still ask to pay the money to your daughter directly and not to the custodial parent (who presumably no longer has any expenses related to the child).
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