A Port St. Lucie man found with several thousand videos and images of child pornography on his computer was ordered Tuesday to serve 10 years in federal prison, a release states.
Joshua Adams Bagala, 25, received the sentence while appearing before U.S. District Judge Donald L. Graham in Fort Pierce, according to a Wednesday news release from the U.S. Attorney's Office.
A federal indictment charged Bagala with transportation of child pornography via the Internet and receipt of child pornography via the Internet.
In April, a search warrant was executed at Bagala's Port St. Lucie home after an undercover investigation by a Nebraska State Patrol sergeant who posed as a 14-year-old girl.
A person with the "death_by_eskimo" screen name sent two child porn videos to the undercover officer. The IP address for "death_by_eskimo" was traced to Bagala's home.