A man in Long Beach has been sentenced to life in prison by federal authorities for uploading photos of thousands of
It shows many children and young people under 12 years old.
Christopher Stringon, 58, was ordered to pay $ 5,000 for special marks and services by U.S. District Judge R. Gary Clowner.
U.S. Attorney General Jeffrey Chamrinsky has said he has spent his entire life.
The lawsuit was filed Dec. 9 in a federal court that closed its doors in Los Angeles.
Styringon says he saw more than 17,000 photos on a site called Plapin that didnt exist
It operates on a dark network.
In September 2018, the government accused three suspects of making child pornography.