A Toms River man whose computer hard-drives were found with hundreds of child porn images in July of 2017, pleads guilty to distributing the lewd images in a courtroom Wednesday.

Mark Camlin, 61, of Toms River's guilty plea to Second Degree Distribution of Child Pornography calls for a 5-year term in a New Jersey State Prison with registration under Megan’s Law and Parole Supervision for Life.

He will be sentenced on March 23rd.

Camlin's July 6, 2017 arrest came courtesy of the Ocean County Prosecutor’s High Tech Crime Unit (HTCU), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) and Toms River Police Department.

A search warrant was executed at his Camlin’s Citta Street residence after an investigation initiated by members of the OCPO High Tech Crime Unit found he had received and distributed images of child pornography at his residence.

They also found him in possession of Marijuana.

Mark Camlin (Ocean Co. Prosecutor's Office)

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