A Tulsa man is behind bars this week and charged with reportedly downloading child pornography.
Prosecutors allege that Christopher Pauli downloaded and shared the child pornography on multiple occasions in August of 2013. He's charged with three counts of possession of child pornography.
Court documents indicate that an undercover officer with the Tulsa Police Department received the images that traced back to Pauli's residence. Content was shared ten different times through a file-sharing program.
Investigators questioned Pauli who reportedly confessed to downloading the child pornography. And that he had been doing it for about five years.
"The computer hard drive contained 2,313 images of child pornography," the affidavit described. "One external hard drive contained 1,675 and 381 videos."
Pauli is being held on a total $110,000 bond at the Tulsa County Jail.