A Rochester man has been sentenced to 135 months in prison after being convicted of receipt, distribution, and possession of child pornography.
24-year-old Jason Koscielski came to the attention of law enforcement back in January of 2009, when members of the Toronto Police Service discovered the man was online sharing images of child pornography through a peer-to-peer file sharing program.
Koscielski's case was referred to Homeland Security Investigations who obtained a search warrant for his home.
Agents found more than 200 videos and 1,000 images of child porn on digital media that Koscielski owned.
In addition to his prison sentence, Koscielski was also sentenced to a 30-year supervised release.