Man admits paying for live child pornography shows

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NEWARK — A Wallington man admitted in federal court Thursday that he bought live webcam shows of children engaging in sexually explicit conduct from individuals overseas, prosecutors said. Stephen Hallett, 66, appeared in Newark federal court after he was charged with receipt of child pornography, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said. He was released on $125,000 unsecured…

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