Peoria man who posed as female to obtain child porn sentenced to prison

A Peoria man was sentenced to 14 years in prison after posing as a female on a messaging application to obtain child pornography, Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced Thursday.

Homeland Security investigators determined in 2017 that Reynaldo Granado was seeking child pornography under the username “SluttyIvy.”

Officials searched Granado’s home under a warrant and found an electronic tablet that contained pornographic images and videos of children, the Attorney General’s Office reported.

Granado told agents he used the name “SluttyIvy” to pretend to be a female having sexual contact with children to solicit images from other application users, the media release said.

Granado entered a plea agreement to one count of sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of attempted sexual exploitation of a minor in June, the Attorney General’s Office reported.

He will be held by the Arizona Department of Corrections and placed on lifetime probation after he is released.

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