After the Tuscarora War in 1711, many Native people were sold into slavery in the West Indies. However, it occurred earlier as well. In this 1690 entry, we see an example:
Deposition of William Duckingfield: A Maherin Indian informed the Tuskaroo Indians that their two missing men were not killed by the English but that a Daniel Pugh of Nansimond County had sent four of them to Barbadoes and “other Islands.” The Tuskaroo threaten revenge but agree to have Duckingfield talk to the Governor on their behalf to prevent the English warring on them if attacked by them. They shall see the Governor themselves in warmer weather. Pugh is ordered to come to court to answer complaint.
The next month, we find another entry as well.
From Thomas Tyler, Master of the Brigantine Swallow of Barbadoes:
He carried out two Indians last year as per instructions and bill of Lading signed to Daniel Pugh of Nansimond County for these Indians. Pugh has absconded and sheriff is to find & take him into custody.
We don’t know the resolution of this case, but rest assured, those Tuscarora were never returned to the colonies. If they survived, they melded into the slave population of the West Indies/Caribbean.