CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, VA (WTVR) -- A Chesterfield man has been charged with 16 counts of distributing and possessing child pornography.
Nathaniel Toth, 25, was arrested on March 25, about eight months after the alleged crimes took place, according to indictments obtained by CBS 6.
The indictment painted the picture of a man who enjoyed graphic and explicit videos, with titles inappropriate for television.
According to court documents the crime occurred in his Birkdale neighborhood home, where neighbors said he lived with his parents.
The Toth family had no comment Monday and Toth's attorney, John Rochecharlie, also had no comment.
Neighbors described the Toths as "very nice people."
CBS 6 has learned the office of the State Attorney General will handle the prosecution as it was their special Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that led to the arrest.
CBS 6 has also learned the Amelia County Sheriffs office coordinated the investigation.
Toth has been released on $25,000 dollar bond with strict instructions not to go on the Internet or have contact with minors.
His next court appearance is scheduled for April 15th.