First, do not make it so hard to communicate, and second, whatever moron told you to use zipties to solve this problem, never ever listen to them again. About anything. Your problem is not the wire getting wrapped, it is the axle spinning in the first place.
Now - examine pic #8. Immediately below the nut, sticking out at about 2 o'clock position, is the tab I was talking about. It is attached to a usually thick washer, and is bent badly. It should be 90 degress, a right angle, from the flat plane on the washer. You need to FIRST, rotate that around to the open end of the fork dropout, then, rotate the motor until you find the slot it will fit into. Even if there is no slot, the tab needs to be in the open end of the dropout.
Also, it looks in picture 7 that the axle is not seated all the way down in the dropouts, it needs to bottom out in that dropout.
Now, I told you to take pictures of the fork with NO FREAKIN MOTOR. Now that this is the SECOND motor with this issue, and seeing the damage to the outside of the fork face, and STILL not knowing if they are steel or aluminum, GET A FREAKIN MAGNET, it is necessary to see the fork dropouts, WITH NO MOTOR, to try to determine how damaged they are and if you need new forks. This will probably require an inspection by someone who understands the problem, there is a serious safety issue involved.
I will tell you right now you need to get this to someone who can change a tire on a bicycle, as it is actually amazingly difficult to screw up this bad, this quickly.
Pic 6 appears to show the wire wrapped with the axle still in the dropouts. If this is correct, you need a new fork, that one is toast.
In #2 and #3, the rightmost edge of the dropout jaw appears to have a significant chunk of metal gouged out. Probably by the tab on the washer, which was improperly installed. It is usually called an anti-rotation washer, and you got rotation. Price out a new fork, very likely you need one even to re-install the original wheel.
This vehicle should not be used again until it is examined by a qualified professional. It is unsafe.