Rosenberg Man, 25, Sentenced To 40 Years For Sexual Exploitation Of A Child
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A 25-year-old Rosenberg man was sentenced to nearly 40 years in federal prison in the wake of his convictions of sexual exploitation of a child, distribution and possession of child pornography, U.S. Atty. Ryan K. Patrick announced on Monday.

According to a news release, U.S. District Judge Nancy F. Atlas sentenced Glen Colburn to 360 months for producution of child pornography (sexual exploitation of a child). He also received 28 and 60 months for possession and distribution convictions, respectively. The sentences will run consecutively for a total 448-month prison term, Patrick's release stated.

Colburn pleaded guilty on April 19, 2017.

In handing down the sentence, Judge Atlas considered the fact that Colburn was a creator of child pornography and had a very large collection of child pornography. Colburn was further ordered to pay restitution to three known victims and will serve 15 years of supervised release following completion of his prison term

Colburn first came to the attention of law enforcement after he had sent images of child pornography to another individual who had been arrested for child pornography, according to Patrick.

Federal agents executed a search warrant at Colburn's residence and performed a forensic examination on his computer. This exam showed Colburn was in possession of more than 1,100 images and 200 videos of young children engaged in sexually explicit conduct which included children under the age of 12, bondage and acts of violence.

Some of the images are of known victims as identified through the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to the news release

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