A San Francisco man was sentenced on Tuesday in federal court to 210 months in prison for producing and possessing child pornography, according to prosecutors.
Lesley McNeal, 53, pleaded guilty in March to producing child pornography, as well as possessing child pornography, prosecutors said.
McNeal admitted that between March 26, 2011 and Sept. 28, 2013, he made 14 videos depicting a girl under the age of 12 engaging in sexually explicit conduct, according to prosecutors.
Additionally, McNeal said he then installed a computer program that allowed other users to access and download the videos.
McNeal also admitted to possessing electronic devices that contained up to 26,000 images and 700 videos of child pornography, prosecutors said.
In addition to his prison sentence, McNeal must also pay restitution and was ordered to a 10-year period of supervised release, according to prosecutors.