Oklahoma man charged after 2,000 images of child pornography allegedly found on computer

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SOPER, Okla. – An Oklahoma man is facing child pornography charges following an undercover investigation by the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office.

Officials used a search warrant to collect several computers and devices from the home of 31-year-old Daniel Quin Boykin.

From those devices, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children identified nearly 2,000 images and videos that contained child victims.

Boykin is charged with two counts of distribution of child pornography, one count of aggravated possession of child pornography and one count of violation of the Computer Crimes Act.

If convicted, Boykin faces up to life in prison and fines totaling $65,000.

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