FBI Uncovers Child Pornography Compound With Secret Passages, Cameras (Photos)

| by Tony Tran
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Federal investigators have uncovered a child pornography studio in a Michigan neighborhood.

Law enforcement officials charged Arthur Miller, 31, and Charles Miller, 59, after FBI officials uncovered a home designed to be a child pornography studio, complete with secret passages as well as bedrooms made for children.

The two are father and son.

According to the Daily Mail, the house had a bedroom filled with various stuffed animals, boxes with condoms, and sex toys. Investigators also discovered various restraints as well as masks and leashes.

Some of the stuffed animals in the room were wearing girls’ underwear.

The house was also outfitted with an intricate surveillance system and guns hidden behind mirrored closets.

Officials found a digital camera containing nude photographs of two girls from the area, ages 7 and 10.

They eventually found several videos of more girls being sexually assaulted.

The home originally belonged to Charles. It was raided by the FBI under drug and gun suspicion.

Officials first arrested Charles in the case. He pleaded guilty in January to manufacturing and possessing child pornography after police raided the home in 2013.

His sentencing is scheduled for July. He faces up to 50 years in prison.

After his arrest, he gave the home to his son who took posession of the house.

Investigators raided the home again in March and discovered more pictures of another girl on an electronic storage device, according to the Daily Mail.

Arthur claimed he planned on giving the pornography over to officials. 

A judge ordered Arthur to be jailed on Monday for receiving and possessing child pornography. He is being held without bond.

If convicted, he faces up to 10 years in jail.

Source: The Daily Mail, Detroit Free Press

Photo Credit: The Daily Mail