SANTA ANA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities said a Long Beach man was sentenced Friday to 128 years and four months to life in prison for sexually assaulting a family member in Costa Mesa for more than a year.

Officials said the sexual assaults began when the child was 9 months old. The D.A’s office said the man also circulated four videos of his acts online.

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Ryan Michael Booth, 32, of Long Beach was convicted in March of multiple felony counts of sexually assaulting a child, using a child for obscene matter and
possession of child pornography.

Booth molested the girl until she was 2 years old. According to Deputy D.A. Rick Zimmer, the four videos showed Booth sexually assaulting the girl in her crib.

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Law enforcement officers who testified at his December 2015 preliminary hearing said Both had more than 200,000 images of child porn on a hard drive in his home computer. The hard drive also contained 2,000 child-porn videos and 150 images of the victim.

Los Angeles Police Detective Eric Good testified that the defendant told him “he liked girls between the ages of, I believe, it was 9 to 12.”

The detective also testified that Booth said he had been downloading child porn on and off since high school.

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