A Baton Rouge man who on Wednesday admitted to distributing child pornography over the Internet following a search of his home is now in Parish Prison.
Rory Godwin Faust, 34, of 17532 Kaitlyn Drive, told investigators he used Dropbox — a file sharing program — to share graphic videos of girls who were about 6- to 8-years-old, according to a report from the state Attorney General’s Office.
Agents with the Attorney General’s Cyber Crime Unit searched Faust’s Kaitlyn Drive residence Wednesday morning, the report says.
Investigators determined Faust used Dropbox to share three videos of young girls being molested or raped, the report says.
After his arrest, the report says Faust told investigators he had about 10 videos of young girls being raped by adults on his cellphone.
East Baton Rouge sheriff’s deputies who joined the search also discovered a bag of suspected marijuana and a number of pipes, rolling papers and other paraphernalia in Faust’s bedroom, according to a Sheriff’s Office report.
Faust was booked into Parish Prison on three counts of distribution of child pornography, 10 counts of possession of child pornography, a count of distribution or manufacture of a schedule one drug and possession of drug paraphernalia.
His bail is set at $92,000, according to jail records.
* This story was edited after publication to correct the bail amount.