Florida Couple Sentenced for Producing Pornography

Florida Couple Sentenced for Producing Pornography

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A Florida married couple is going to prison for producing child pornography.

The U.S. Attorney office said that 33-year-old Brandon Gillreath was sentenced Monday to 35 years in prison. His wife, 29-year-old Corine Motley, was sentenced to nearly 30 years.

The investigation of the Mary Esther couple was triggered by police in Denmark who discovered a video showing an adult female engaged in a sexual act with a 5-year-old girl.

Federal authorities seized a laptop and a camera and gained access to email accounts. They discovered additional images of the two engaged in conduct with other minors.

Gillreathwas convicted of conspiring to produce child pornography and making a false statement to federal agents. Motley was convicted of conspiring to produce child pornography.

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