LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — A Waverly man was sentenced Thursday to 6 years in federal jail for secretly recording specific video chats with minors after which distributing the photographs.
Rooslun Logvinenko, 24, additionally should spend 10 years on supervised launch when he’s out of jail and should pay $5,000 that can go to a fund for victims of kid pornography.
Logvinenko was ordered to show himself in on the jail in 90 days.
Investigators looking Logvinenko’s dad or mum’s home in Waverly in April 2019 discovered 150 movies and 500 photographs of kid pornography, together with 4 movies of an 11-year-old Pennsylvania lady whom Logvinenko had secretly recorded over a social media chat.
Logvinenko later pleaded responsible to trafficking baby pornography.
Protection legal professional Carlos Monzón stated on the sentencing Thursday that Logvinenko has accomplished remedy and brought steps to make sure he doesn’t interact within the habits once more.