So your resorting to accessing the drive via a mac or linux to delete some files on ntfs, because you do not understand permissions?
Just because you take ownership of something, does not mean you have permissions to delete it. Ownership and permissions are different things.
Once you take ownership, then you can assign the permissions you need.
that is great you used takeown, but this does not set permissions. If you want to do from cmd line then you could use icacls to set the permissions you want.
What exact command did you run in takeown - its great taking ownership of files - but can be a bit tricky with folders.
Here is OLD article -- but goes into some details of why your having issues and how to take ownership and set permissions in one simple .cmd you create.
And is titled exactly for what your doing - having issue deleting stuff "Windows Vista Secret #11: Deleting the Undeletable"