Sentence handed down for Austintown man convicted of sexually exploiting children
An Austintown man was sentenced to more than 21 and a half years in prison followed by ten years probation by a federal judge Monday.
That man, 32-year-old Daniel Parker, was convicted in June of sexually exploiting children and receiving pictures of children engaged in sexual conduct.
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Earlier this year, Parker was accused of trading child pornography with 33-year-old Candis Sue Marie Wynn of Liberty Township.
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According to an affidavit filed in U.S. District Court, Wynn sent Parker a video of a child being sexually assaulted. The affidavit doesn't give the child's age but describes her as prepubescent.
Investigators say Wynn also sent Parker other pictures and videos of children engaged in sex acts with adults.
A special agent from the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation says that Parker also sent pornographic videos to children to Wynn.
On January 8, Liberty Police searched Wynn's home, seizing her phone and other items.
Police used another search warrant later that month to confiscated two cell phones, a tablet and a sim card from Parker, who was at the Community Corrections Association halfway house on Market Street in Youngstown at the time.
Wynn was sentenced 25 years in federal prison after pleading guilty to child pornography charges on September 6.
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