A Brick Township man who admitted storing and sending hundreds of graphic child-pornography images through his home computer is sentenced to 37 months in prison.

Christopher Seufert, 32, was given his penalty today in a federal courtroom in Trenton, for his guilty plea to one count of child pornography possession.

He's also required to register as a sex offender, serve five years of supervised release with computer monitoring, and observe restricted contact with minors.

Documents related to the case show that Seufert admitted holding more than 600 degrading images in March 2010, using his America Online account to transfer some of them.

Seufert acknowledged images displaying minors in sexually-explicit acts, some involving adults, including sadistic or masochistic depictions and other forms of violence. AOL called the attention of law enforcement to the matter.