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Maryland school aide faces child pornography charges

By Ben Nuckols Associated Press

GREENBELT, Md. – A volunteer aide at a suburban Maryland elementary school is facing federal child-pornography charges after prosecutors say he made videos of children having sex with him and each other.

Twenty-two-year-old Deonte Carraway faces life in prison if convicted of the eight federal charges. He’s also been charged with child sexual abuse in state court. Prosecutors say he has admitted making the videos.

Police have identified 17 victims and say there may be more. The allegations against Carraway have already prompted lawsuits and shaken parents’ faith in county school administrators. Authorities say Carraway made many of the videos on school grounds during the school day.

The school’s principal has been placed on leave. According to the lawsuits, she didn’t follow up on complaints about Carraway and didn’t go directly to police when she was shown one of the videos.

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