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After several months of communication, the girl took nude photos of herself with a cell phone and sent them to McDougal, believing he was a teen, the documents state.
Meanwhile, a local church leader contacted the Division of Child and Family Services in May to report that an anonymous person had observed child pornography on McDougal’s home computer. One of the videos showed a minor walking around a bedroom in a towel, the documents state.
The Taylorsville Police Department began investigating the case and McDougal admitted during a June interview that he purchased a "nanny cam" that he hid in places where juveniles changed clothing or were naked, the documents state. The FBI later assisted with the case.
If convicted, McDougal faces a 15-year mandatory minimum prison sentence for the production of pornography charge alone, and additional time for the enticement charge.
In Flynn’s case, attorneys appeared in court this week. Another hearing date has not yet been set.
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