According to a criminal complaint, Matthew McNamee, 34, of New Jersey, allegedly downloaded a total of over 50 child pornography videos and videos of sexual activity between July and December of 2015, from an address in the US Virgin Islands.
The complaint states that McNamey allegedly obtained and transmitted images of children and sexually explicit images to a second person.
McNameee allegedly was arrested on January 6, 2017, by the US Marshals Service (USMS) in the New Jersey city of Morrisville.
According to the indictment, McNamees alleged that he downloaded and transmitted the videos to another person via the internet and shared them on social media, and then to a third person.
The indictment states that the third person downloaded and shared the videos, and that McNamese subsequently obtained and transported them.
McNamesy allegedly was charged with possession of child pornography.
He was being held on $100,000 bond.
A press release from the USMS stated that McAllister was charged for possession of a firearm with the intent to commit murder and attempted possession of firearm by a felon.
McAllisters arrest comes on the heels of the arrest of a former member of the New York-based band Gorillaz, who was arrested for possession with intent to distribute child pornography and the possession of sexually explicit materials, according to The New York Post.
The band’s member, 23-year-old Justin Vernon, is charged with the same crimes.