Former teacher convicted of manufacturing child pornography

Former teacher convicted of manufacturing child pornography
Courtesy 10/11 News

LOUP CITY – Former Loup City teacher Anthony Rahe will be sentenced in November on four convictions related to spying on a girl’s locker room.

Rahe, 25, lost his job last year when Loup City officials discovered a spy camera set up in the locker room. In a plea bargain Rahe was convicted on three counts of unlawful intrusion and possession of a visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct. Also, last week a judge convicted Rahe of manufacturing a visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct. The judge ruled that the act of placing a camera which recorded locker room video and then downloading it on his computer constituted manufacture of pornography.

Rahe could be sentenced to up to 73 years in prison.

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