Woman Sentenced For Texting Her Husband Child Porn Videos Of Multiple Kids Under Age 9

The couple have been accused of also using their own children in child porn.

A Michigan woman has been sentenced to 30 years behind bars for making child pornogropahy in her home. Anngela Boyle, 27, was sentenced Wednesday. A week earlier, her husband Colin Boyle, was sentenced to 60 years according to MLive. Both have pleaded guilty to producing child pornography, the Detroit Free Press reports.

The Boyles took naked photographs and videos of four children, who ranged in age from 1 to 9. Anngela told federal agents that she and her husband had sexually abused a 1-year-old girl and a 3-year-old boy at least four times, Fox News reports.

The couple told the FBI they texted each other child porn on their cell phones.

Back in 2016, one investigator on this case said it was the “worst” he had worked on in decades.

“This type of investigation will always rock a community to its core and the gravity of the crime and the helplessness of the victims impacts even seasoned investigators,” Lake Orion Police Chief Jerry Narsh said.

In 2015, police discovered that Colin, a registered sex offender, watched child porn online. After the police raided his home, they discovered a camera in his possession with a photograph of a naked 1-year-old.

In an affidavit, an FBI agent wrote, “(The wife) explained to law enforcement that child pornography is the only thing that sexually excited Colin Matthew Boyle.” The couple have been accused of also using their own children in child porn.

Colin’s lawyer said his client “admits to being ‘sick,’ and that he hears voices when he’s not medicated. However, the attorney also called Colin “a poet.”

"Without the proper medications and treatment, (he) hears voices," defense attorney Kimberly Stout wrote in a court filing. In that filing, she included some of Colin’s poetry, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Stout said the poems show her client’s "insight into his depression and ability to write." One of the poems is entitled, "The Origin of Love."

[Photo: Oakland County Sheriff's Office/Lake Orion Police Department]

Crime Time is your destination for breaking crime news, original reporting, and information about Oxygen's programming. Sign up for our Crime Time Newsletter and subscribe to our Martinis & Murder podcast!

All Posts About:
Breaking News

You May Also Like...

Recommended by Zergnet