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Tim Clevenger, 54, pleaded guilty Thursday to two counts of production of child pornography and two counts of possession of child pornography, according to Al.com.
The former assistant principal at a high school outside Birmingham was previously convicted of the same charges in 2018, in a case which involved another young victim that was friends with his daughter, the outlet reported.
In that case, Clevenger maintained it must have been his 9-year-old son who made the illicit recording and put it on his school computer, according to the article.
Clevenger filmed the girls using his bathroom or showering at night through the blinds from outside the house in 2013, the report said.
He was reportedly sentenced to 18 years on each production count and seven years on each possession count as his second victim sat in court to hear his guilty plea.
“It takes a real piece of crap to blame their own child for committing such vile acts knowing that they had actually done it,” Casey reportedly added.
Clevenger was originally caught when technical workers that were fixing his school-owned computer stumbled on some of the illegal footage, according to the report.
The admitted pedophile has been behind bars since his 2018 conviction, the article said.
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