A two-month, nationwide investigation involving multiple Louisiana and federal law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of suspected child predators, most booked on child pornography, Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell announced Wednesday.

The agency’s Cyber Crime Unit and 16 other Louisiana law enforcement agencies participated in the Operation Broken Heart investigation, which also resulted in arrests on aggravated rape, computer-aided solicitation of a minor, indecent behavior with juveniles and failure to register as a sex offender, Caldwell said in a news release.

Among those arrested was a Baton Rouge man, Albert Doyle, 47, who was booked on 10 counts of pornography involving juveniles in Jefferson Parish, five counts of pornography involving juveniles in East Baton Rouge Parish, and 100 counts of distribution of pornography involving juveniles.

Nineteen others booked through the Attorney General’s Office and the charges against them are:

Chase Aucoin, 20, New Iberia, four counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Donald Bascle Jr., 65, Metairie, pornography involving juveniles.

David Becnel, 51, New Orleans, 11 counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Kolby Black, 27, Monroe, pornography involving juveniles and distribution of pornography involving juveniles.

Gavin Breaux, 22, Covington, indecent behavior with juveniles.

Randolph Clement, 70, Metairie, computer-aided solicitation of a minor, indecent behavior with juveniles, pornography involving juveniles.

Thomas Fleming, 22, Slidell, distribution of pornography involving juveniles, 100 counts of pornography involving juveniles and aggravated rape.

Michael Guinta, 25, New Orleans, distribution of pornography involving juveniles.

Mark Harris, 25, Walker, nine counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Jamison Harvey, 29, West Monroe, pornography involving juveniles and eight counts of distribution of pornography involving juveniles.

Gary Helfrich, 49, Slidell, failure to register as a sex offender.

Christopher Matthews, 35, New Orleans, pornography involving juveniles.

Chad O’Farrell, 28, Lacombe, 100 counts of pornography involving juveniles and one count of distribution of pornography involving juveniles.

Abraham Oro, 20, Kenner, computer-aided solicitation of a minor, indecent behavior with juveniles and pornography involving juveniles.

Todd Schmidt, 44, St. Louis, Missouri, use of a child in a sexual performance, furnishing pornographic material to a minor.

John Stutzman, 42, Ruston, seven counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Jarrett Tillman, 19, Slidell, 22 counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Grant Tingley, 37, Metairie, six counts of pornography involving juveniles.

William Warren, 22, Bastrop, three counts of pornography involving juveniles.

Participating agencies were Louisiana State Police; sheriff’s offices in St. Landry, West Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge, Jefferson, Iberia, Ouachita, Lincoln, Lafayette, Terrebonne and Plaquemines parishes; U.S. Department of Homeland Security; the FBI; Louisiana Division of Probation and Parole; and the Bossier City Marshal’s Office.