BATON ROUGE, LA (WVUE) - A Baton Rouge man is behind bars booked on 100 counts of distributing child pornography, according to the Louisiana Attorney General's Office.
Investigators arrested Albert J. Doyle Jr., 46, as a result of a joint effort involving the Attorney General's Cyber Crime and Fugitive Apprehension Units, Department of Homeland Security, East Baton Rouge Parish Sheriff's Office, and Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office.
The Attorney General's Cyber Crime Unit conducted an investigation into the possible possession of child pornography which led agents to execute a search warrant at Doyle's residence.
During the search, investigators discovered that Doyle was in possession of numerous pornographic images of children. Doyle was arrested in Metairie and booked into the Jefferson Parish Prison as a fugitive. He was then transported to the East Baton Rouge Parish Prison and booked with 100 counts of pornography involving juveniles.
Doyle is charged with violating a state law forbidding a person to produce, distribute, possess, or possess with the intent to distribute pornography involving juveniles. If convicted as charged, he faces up to 20 years in prison on each count of child pornography.