A Brick Township man faces up to a decade in prison after confessing to child porn charges in a Trenton Federal courtroom Monday. Christopher Seufert, 31, admitted to possessing more than 600 images and using his home computer to send and store them.

U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman says the images were discovered in 2010 when his email provider America Online tipped off Law Enforcement Officials. Investigators say Seufert possessed images that depicted minors engaging in sexually explicit conduct with other minors and adults, including material portraying sadistic or masochistic conduct and depiction's of violence.

Seufert confessed to one count of possession of child pornography that carries a maximum potential penalty of 10 years in prison, followed by a mandatory five years of supervised release and a $250-thousand dollar fine. He's scheduled for sentencing on August 16th. As part of his guilty plea, Seufert agreed to forfeit the computers and computer accessories he used to commit the offense.

Fishman credits the FBI's Cyber Crimes Squad assigned to Innocent Images and the N.J. State Police with the investigation leading to the guilty plea.