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Lubbock man sentenced to 27yrs in prison for child porn

Jeremy Daniel Labrec Jeremy Daniel Labrec
LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) -

A Lubbock man will spend 27 and a half years in prison for sexually exploiting young boys and his involvement in a child porn ring that stretched across the U.S. and into Europe.

On Tuesday a federal judge in Indianapolis, Indiana handed down the sentence to 22-year-old Jeremy Daniel Labrec of Lubbock. Back in June, Labrec pleaded guilty to 22 counts involving sexually exploiting children, distributing and receiving child pornography and conspiracy.

Documents say after federal agents carried out a search warrant, Labrec confessed to using his email accounts to view and trade child porn including sexually explicit videos and pictures of infants and toddlers.

Prosecutors say Labrec had sexual contact with six boys age five or younger, and documents say he had access to some of the victims while working as a babysitter.

The documents also say Labrec had been suspended from a Lubbock pre-school after finding out he was under investigation. Oakwood Methodist Pre-School released a statement at that time saying the allegations of abuse occurred off duty and away from the school.

In addition to the 27 and a half years in prison, Labrec was also sentenced to a lifetime of supervision after being released. He is the ninth person to be convicted and sentenced for involvement in the massive child porn ring. Prosecutors say they're still looking for more suspects in the U.S. and overseas.

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