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Repeat child pornography crimes lead to prison

(KAIR)--A Leavenworth man has entered a guilty plea to federal child pornography charges.

According to a release from the office of U.S. Attorney Stephen McAllister, 56-year-old Curtis Allison pleaded guilty Friday to one count of possessing child pornography.

In his plea, Allison admitted he was on supervised release from a prior child pornography conviction when investigators found more than 5,000 images of child pornography and 1,012 child pornography videos on his computer and storage devices.

In 2006, Allison pleaded guilty to one count of trafficking in child pornography and he was sentenced to more than 10-years in federal prison.

In October 2014, he began a three-year term of supervised release, but violated the terms of his release within six months. Authorities say the violation came when Allison used the internet to search for child pornography.

The court revoked his supervised release and sentenced him to two years, and he began a second supervised release in January 2017.

Investigators found the child pornography related to the latest case on Allison’s computer in August 2017.

 Sentencing is set for May 20.

An agreement has been reached that a 10-year sentence in federal prison will be recommended.

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