A 63-year-old from Mandurah will face court on Tuesday after being charged with filming a child indecently as well as owning and distributing child porn. A police raid was conducted by members of the Joint Child Exploitation Team in the man’s home on Aug. 4.

The investigation has been ongoing for six months. The authorities have seized the man’s computer and electronic storage devices, report confirms.

The detectives found child porn/child exploitation material, which they believe belong to the 63-year-old. Consequently, authorities charged the man with possession and distribution of child exploitation material, indecently recording a child below the age of 13 and recording a private activity.

The Australian Federal Police is also currently investigating a website that has been uploaded with sexual images of girls from both private and public schools in Australia. The website also posted the names of some of the students, so other people can rate them.

However, the Queensland Police Service (QPS) said that there was no evidence of child exploitation. According to Detective Superintendent Cheryl Scanlon, the website is hosted overseas.

“The website appears to be in the format of a message chat forum where you can upload and request photos from various schools or various locations around Australia,” says Detective Senior Sergeant David Miles from Townsville. “From our understanding, we have a number of images that have been posted from, at this stage, a minimum of 70 schools that have been identified around Australia where we have people requesting specific photos to be uploaded.”

AFP Detective Acting Superintendent Marcus Boorman said they are still in the early stages of an investigation. Boorman also pointed out that they are working very closely with national as well as international authorities and other government agencies to study this case and determine the best course of action to solve the problem.