A federal judge sentenced an Arlington man to 30 years in prison Tuesday for producing child pornography of an underage relative, the U.S. attorney’s office said.
Bryan Kendall Pittsinger, 39, admitted to Arlington police in 2014 that he made and possessed pornographic images and videos of the relative, a girl who was about 6, a criminal complaint states.
Arlington police had obtained a search warrant for Pittsinger’s home after receiving information from Dallas police through a tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s cybertip program.
The program had identified a person at Pittsinger’s residence who had uploaded child pornography videos to a Photobucket account, the 2014 complaint stated.
U.S District Judge Terry Means sentenced Pittsinger, who pleaded guilty in March. Assistant U.S. Attorney Aisha Saleem prosecuted the case.