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KING GEORGE COUNTY, Va. – A Virginia man faces life in prison after he pleaded guilty to production of child pornography and enticement of a minor charges.

Cameron Scot Bivins-Breeden, 21, of King George County, admitted to enticing 38 underage girls across the country to produce child pornography for him, U.S. Attorney Dana Boente said in a statement.

“As part of the scheme, Bivins-Breeden contacted the victims via Facebook on his iPhone posing as a juvenile female and enticed them to produce child pornography,” the statement read. “After the juvenile victims produced the pornographic images, they sent them to Bivins-Breeden over the internet.  When the victims refused to produce additional child pornography images, Bivins-Breeden threatened to send the previously obtained images to the victims’ friends, family, and schoolmates on Facebook.”

Bivins-Breeden sent nearly 100 child porn images to his victims in an effort to convince the girls he too was a young girl, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. He received 45 images in return.

He is scheduled to be sentenced September 22, 2014.

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