A Valley man is accused of having videos of children being sexually abused.
Police report that on Jan. 18, they received a cyber tip regarding someone sharing child pornography.
An undercover officer reached out to 29-year-old Fabian Adrian Aguirre who informed the officer that he sells the videos for $4 per minute. The officer then requested a sample to view and was allegedly sent a video depicting a preteen girl having sex with an adult male.
In a separate conversation, Aguirre asked the undercover officer if he, "liked the kids crying." He is accused of sending the officer videos of kids, as young as 5 years old, being sexually abused and crying.
Police say he admitted to being attracted to young children and has collected and sold hundreds of videos. Police say some of the images in the videos were "extremely violent."
In conversations with other customers, Aguirre allegedly said he participated in the sexual abuse of children. However, once questioned by police, the suspect allegedly said he admitted to saying that but has never done it.
Police say Aguirre does have access to children but did not mention how. He was arrested on Feb. 2 at his home near 43rd Avenue and Bethany Home Road.
Aguirre is being held on a $100,000 bond and has been charged with 10 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor.