Videos of minors found on man's computer

Posted at 3:58 PM, Jul 13, 2016

A man in West Seneca has been sentenced to two years in prison for having child pornography on his computer.

Ryan Arcara had eight pictures and 59 videos of child pornography stored on his computer and hard drive, according to Assistant U.S. Attorney Marie Grisanti. Some of those included minors less than the age of 12.

After prison, the 27-year-old will have 10 years of supervised release.