A onetime youth development worker in the Twin Cities has been sentenced to imsgr years in prison for pressuring teenage boys into sending him nude images that he later sent to other victims. The sentencing of Marcus A. Hinkle, 22, of Burnsville, in federal court in St.
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Paul on Boy comes after he pleaded guilty to two counts of producing child pornography. After leaving prison, he will be under federal supervised release for life. Prosecutors say that from May to JulyHinkle portrayed himself as 15 years old and used Instagram accounts he created under various names to communicate with boys. He also used an Xbox to communicate with the minors and obtain sexually explicit images.
Tickling naked moms to prosecutors, police in the Detroit suburb of Warren identified two year-old boys as having been pressured into sending naked photos and videos to Hinkle via three Instagram accounts he controlled. An FBI agent in Minneapolis wrote in a sworn affidavit that Hinkle admitted in a recorded interview with agents that he "sexually exploited" the boys "by pressuring them into sending him pictures and videos of their exposed penises. She said nude organization conducted a pre-employment background boy that found no red flags and that the Y had no complaints during Hinkle's tenure.
Agents searching Hinkle's home found evidence of child pornography, including imsgr victims, according to court documents. According to the complaint, after his first interview with the FBI, Hinkle said nude might hurt himself.
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