A suspected child pornography streamer from Union Beach and a onetime Ocean Grove resident and business operator have each pleaded guilty in separate investigations in Monmouth County.

Shawn Michaels, Townsquare Media

Joseph Gentile, 43, of Union Beach, is expected to be sentenced May 6 for admitting that he streamed video of child sexual exploitation or abuse through the Internet, according to the office of acting Monmouth County Prosecutor Chris Gramiccioni.

Gentile took a guilty plea to a second-degree count of endangering the welfare of a child. Prosecutors will recommend that it be treated as a third-degree offense, and a three-year state prison sentence, in addition to Megan's Law registration after release.

He was arrested in March 2015 by investigators acting on information from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC). The CyberTip disclosed the video stream over the Omegle network.

Peter Tumblety, 58, of Middletown's Port Monmouth section, accepted a guilty plea to a third-degree charge of endangering the welfare of a child, admitting to the court that he had less than 100 images of child sexual exploitation or abuse.

According to investigators, Tumblety owned an Ocean Grove art gallery when he was arrested in November 2015, resulting from a CyberTip issued by NCMEC.

At his sentencing, scheduled for May 20, prosecutors will recommend probation, psychiatric evaluation, no contact with minors under age 18, and random monitoring of his computers and digital or Internet-capable devices.