Dallas Man Given 60-Year Prison Sentence After Selling Recordings Of Himself Sexually Assaulting Children


On Wednesday, 34-year-old Gemond Copage Miller, a serial child sex abuser, from Dallas, was given a 60-year prison sentence.

Back in January, Miller pleaded guilty to two counts of production of child pornography.

Court documents reveal that Miller recorded himself sexually assaulting children as young as six years old and then offered the recordings for purchase online.

Investigators were able to determine who Miller was because of his “distinctive tattoos” that were seen in the recording.

Investigators later found at least 38 recordings of child sex abuse, pertaining to Miller. He had confessed to abusing at least ten girls who were younger than twelve.

All of the victims have not been identified at this point.

One of the victims, who was 6 years old when she was first assaulted, offered a statement at sentencing that was read by her mother.

“My sense of safety and security has been shattered. I am the first victim to come forward. Knowing that there are others shows this is what he does. This is who he is. He does not care that he took the innocence of children,” said the child who is now 13.

Miller had been found with close to 722 pictures and 1,733 recordings, considered to be child sexual abuse material.

Not only will Miller have to serve a 60- year sentence, but he will also be supervised for life when he is released.

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