BANGOR, Maine (AP) - A Fort Fairfield man who worked with an Aroostook County afterschool program has pleaded guilty to child pornography possession charges.
Jake Rogeski, 24, was held without bail pending his sentencing after entering his plea Tuesday in federal court in Bangor. He faces up to 10 years in prison at yet to be scheduled sentencing.
Prosecutors say a search of Rogeski's computer turned up more than 100 video files of child pornography, and more than 400 still images of children engaged in sex acts.
The Bangor Daily News reports that Rogeski was employed in a program that provided afterschool help to third through sixth-graders with their homework and provided healthful snacks and other activities.
School officials say he resigned after the investigation began.
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