N.J. man admits using fake Facebook account to entice children to send him sexually explicit images
Salem County Correctional Facility
Michael J. Mostovlyan is accused of posing as a teen girl on Facebook and exchanging child pornography with Monroe Township students.

via WPIX:

CAMDEN, N.J. -- (AP/WPIX) -- Federal prosecutors say a New Jersey man has admitted using a fake Facebook profile to entice children to produce and send him sexually explicit images.

Michael Mostovlyan pleaded guilty Tuesday to online enticement of a minor to engage in criminal sexual conduct.

The 33-year-old Deptford man could face a life term when he’s sentenced June 1 and will have to register as a sex offender.

Prosecutors say that during a six-month period last year, Mostovlyan communicated with children online in order to obtain sexually explicit images of them.

Using a fake female persona on Facebook in the name of “Amber Zee,” which he created using actual images of a girl, Mostovlyan was able to persuade his victims to send him photos or videos.

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