Burlington County Prosecutor Scott Coffina says a man from Westampton Township, who is under lifetime parole supervision, has been charged with possessing and distributing child sexual abuse material.

35-year-old Myles T. Doyle has been charged with three counts of endangering the welfare of a child (two second-degree counts and one third-degree).

According to Coffina's office, an investigation began this past November after police received information regarding Doyle’s online activities from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. An investigation, "revealed that Doyle was using social media to distribute child sexual abuse material."

Doyle was arrested on Tuesday and is currently being held at the Burlington County Jail in Mount Holly.

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Multiple electronic devices were seized from Doyle’s home after a search warrant was executed. Doyle was additionally charged with fourth-degree contempt after failing to comply with a court order to provide the passcodes to access those devices.

Authorities say Doyle is under lifetime parole supervision on an unrelated conviction last year arising from the Prosecutors Office’s Operation Safe Quarantine initiative, which pursued those engaged in the online exploitation of children during the pandemic.

In that case, he received a suspended three-year sentence after pleading guilty. The Prosecutor’s Office will now be applying to the court to have the suspended sentence rescinded and a three-year period behind bars imposed as a result of the new charges.

The public is reminded that charges are accusations and all persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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