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Mathew Miller sentenced to 600 years in prison for sexual exploitation of children

Miller, who lived in Tuscaloosa, was charged in a 20-count indictment and convicted in October 2019.


A federal judge on Thursday sentenced Matthew Miller, 32, to 7,200 months in federal prison for sexually exploiting two young children.

U.S. Attorney Prim Escalona and FBI Special Agent in Charge Johnnie Sharp Jr. announced that Chief U.S. District Judge L. Scott Coogler sentenced Miller to a 600-year sentence for producing child pornography.

Miller, who lived in Tuscaloosa, was charged in a 20-count indictment for enticing two children under the age of 5 to engage in sexual explicit conduct for the purpose of producing a visual production of such conduct.

“Child predators seek out and victimize those that are the most innocent and vulnerable – children,” Escalona said. “The sentences imposed today and yesterday in local child exploitation cases reflect the commitment of law enforcement in this district to prosecuting to the fullest extent of the law those who commit crimes against children.”

A search warrant was obtained for the defendant’s electronic devices. The forensic examination of those devices revealed 102 pornographic images that the defendant had produced of the children. Miller pled guilty to these charges in October 2019.

“The crimes for which Miller has admitted guilt are not only disturbing, they are sickening, and his actions robbed these children of their childhood,” Sharp said. “I am proud of the work of the FBI on this case, and I applaud the sentence handed down today, as Miller will spend the rest of his natural life behind prison bars.”

The FBI Child Exploitation and Human Trafficking Task Force investigated the case, along with the Tuscaloosa County Sheriff’s Office Violent Crime Unit.

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Assistant U.S. Attorney R. Leann White prosecuted the case.

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