BOWLING GREEN, KY--A man was sentenced to 110 years in prison, followed by a lifetime of supervised release for enticing and coercing two girls under 5 years of age to engage in sexually explicit conduct so he could make child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office.
Tony Edwin Davis, 50, of Campbellsville, Kentucky, pleaded guilty on February 5, 2013, to a 15-count federal grand jury indictment that charged him with production and possession of child pornography.
The 14 incidents involving the victims happened between Dec. 18, 2009 and Nov. 28, 2010, authorities stated.
"Today's sentence of 110 years in a federal prison without parole should send a stark message. We are committed to fighting child exploitation and to holding accountable those who would prey upon and harm young children," stated U.S. Attorney David Hale.