Man charged with having sadistic child pornography - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Man charged with having sadistic child pornography

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock federal grand jury accuses Rickey Steve Farris Jr., 39, with downloading and possessing sexually explicit images of underage girls. 

The indictment indicates that some of the images depicted girls young enough to still be toddlers.  Court records say some of the images depict lascivious acts.  Other are said to show sadistic and masochistic abuse.  Court records say Farris collected the illegal images from August of 2009 through March of this year on multiple computers.

Farris consistently lists a home address in Post, however the indictment says he committed his crimes in Lubbock County.  If convicted, Farris faces up to 20 years each for four felony counts.  He faces up to 10 more years in prison if convicted on a fifth count.    

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