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A Virginia Beach man had a proposition for the young girls he met online, according to court documents. Using popular online payment systems, he was willing to pay for sexually explicit photos and videos. Calvin Ciburk, 27, was arrested last week on federal child-pornography charges.
It didn't take long for reality to set in last December when a female high school student heard a classmate talking about explicit photos. They were the same images she had sent her ex-boyfriend over the summer before they broke up, she said in a witness statement. Another female student, then in 10th grade, remembered the boy repeatedly pressing her for nude photos. The boy, now 18, was arrested this week on charges he collected and shared nude images of eight students last year in an iPhone app disguised as a calculator. The student, who has not been identified because he was a minor at the time, faces two felony counts of distribution of child pornography, said Macie Allen, commonwealth's attorney spokeswoman. If convicted, he faces up to 20 years in prison and could have to register as a sex offender. He initially faced expulsion but appealed to the School Board's discipline committee, which put him on "strict probation" and allowed him to enroll at Kempsville High School, court documents show. Attorney Kevin Martingayle asked a Circuit Court judge this year to review whether the School Board violated the student's constitutional rights in disciplining the student without having a record of the photos.
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