Federal judge hands down 22 years in child pornography case

ST. GEORGE – A U.S. District judge sentenced a 34-year-old man to 22 years and six months in prison and a lifetime on parole Monday for production of child pornography.

Judge Ted Stewart ordered Cedar City resident Chad Ryan Huntsman to 270 months in federal prison for enticing a minor victim to engage in sexual explicit conduct he later used to produce child pornography and transport it via the internet. Huntsman was given 10 minutes following court to report to the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

In addition, Stewart ordered Huntsman to remain on supervised parole for life while continuing to register as a sex offender throughout that time.

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