Montrose man gets 10 years in child porn case

A Montrose man was sentenced Monday to serve 10 years in federal prison for possessing child pornography.

David Roesener, 32, will also have to serve 20 years supervised release, Senior U.S. District Court Judge John Kane ordered Monday. Roesener was taken into federal custody after Monday’s sentencing.

An FBI agent wrote in a criminal complaint that Roesener admitted trading child pornography online — images of children estimated to be around 8 to 10 — with others in exchange for porn showing teenage boys. Roesener was under investigation in November 2012 when an agent working undercover, who was watching a publicly available peer-to-peer file sharing network, took interest in someone with online moniker “Blover4you,” the complaint said.

An analysis of the computer he was using showed 277 photos of child pornography and 23 videos, some depicting sadistic and masochistic conduct including naked children bound, gagged or taped to walls and performing sex acts on adults or other children.

Roesener was indicted by a grand jury last December and pleaded guilty in April to possession of child pornography.



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