Former U.S. priest who viewed child porn going to prison
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A former Catholic priest found guilty of a charge of looking at child pornography on his computer is heading to prison for close to three years. Stephen Pohl, 57, was sentenced Tuesday in federal court to 33 months. Police seized his computer during an investigation that started after a 10-year-old student told his parents he felt ``weird'' about some photos that Pohl had taken. Pohl had told the child ``to place his hands on his knees and move his legs apart'' for the photos, according to a police affidavit. The parents of the boy later saw Pohl out shopping in Louisville, confronted him and asked to see the pictures on his cellphone. Pohl handed it over, and the parents found several photos of other young boys, the affidavit said. Pohl wasn't charged with any crime for taking the photos, since the children in his pictures were clothed.