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ROCHESTER — A Geneva man has been sentenced to more than 12 years in prison on a child porn charge.

Trebor Conolly, 36, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to 151 months in prison and 20 years of supervised release for receipt of child pornography. The sentence was announced by James Kennedy Jr., U.S. Attorney for the Western District of New York.

Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Rossi, who handled the case, said Conolly — in September 2017 — received nine videos and four images of child pornography via a peer-to-peer file sharing program. Conolly saved the child pornography on a personal computer.

The videos and images depicted minors under 12 engaged in sexually explicit conduct with adults, and some of the videos and images depicted the sexual abuse of infants and toddlers. Conolly then distributed the videos over the internet by connecting to the peer-to-peer file sharing program.

An investigation leading to Conolly's arrest was done by the FBI's Child Exploitation Task Force.