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Jeffrey Kesterson pleads guilty; had more than 600 images of child pornography on two computers
The child pornography was found on two of Kesterson’s computers after he downloaded it from the Internet. Kesterson received and shared child pornography using a peer-to-peer file sharing program called LimeWire, which allows Internet users to download files from other people’s computers around the world.
Kesterson is scheduled to be sentenced on November 18, 2013.
The West Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and the Parkersburg Police Department conducted the investigation. Assistant United States Attorney Lisa Johnston is in charge of the prosecution.This case is being brought as part of U.S. Attorney Goodwin’s ongoing initiative to combat child sexual exploitation and abuse in the Southern District of West Virginia.