Update: Oklahoma City attorney charged with child sex crimes, ordered to home confinement

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Update: 10/27/2014 - On Monday, a judge ordered Michael Billings to home confinement with an ankle monitor.

Billings is accused of traveling to Peru to have sex with children.

The judge ordered Billings to surrender his passport.

Billings will only be allowed to leave home for work, church, and doctors appointments.

He will not be allowed to go within 100 feet of schools and places with children under the age of 18.

Billings was ordered to avoid all contact with victims and witnesses in the case.

The judge also ordered him to remove all of the firearms from his home.

Read the original report below.

OKLAHOMA CITY - An Oklahoma City attorney was indicted for allegedly traveling to Peru to have sex with children.

Michael Billings is charged with three different counts, including conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of children, conspiracy to travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual conduct, and conspiracy to engage in illicit sexual conduct in foreign places.

According to the indictment, Billings traveled to Peru over a span of 10 years to commit the crimes.

He was arrested at his law office Friday afternoon and is being held without bond.

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