'Sexpert' Nailed For Child Porn!

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Feb. 16 2017, Updated 9:55 a.m. ET

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A teacher who studied intimacy among long-dead peoples has been sentenced to four years behind bars for his obsession about sex with very young folks — kids!

Former University of Cincinnati professor of Greek and Roman sexuality Holt Parker admitted in court he has a "real and terrifying" addiction.

Using the demented email address daddy.cruel@yahoo.com, he collected and traded thousands of illicit videos and photos of child pornography.

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Parker, 60, was finally nabbed when Yahoo officials reported the email address to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Some of the files attached to the emails included a video of a 4-year-old girl

being molested and chats mentioning his desire to have sex with minors.

Parker says his addiction stems from a curiosity of things that are the "most hidden" and that "ordinary mortals do not know." He claims he's not sexually attracted to kids and began looking for child pornography after "ordinary" adult porn became too easy to find.

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Parker told Cincinnati U.S. District Judge Timothy Black that he was "in thrall to an addiction as real and terrifying as anything I have ever experienced" and insists he's treated kids with kindness his whole life and never intended to harm them. "He tells me he has no intent in hurting children; I believe him," says Black. "But when he saw a little girl get raped, why didn't that kindness kick in?"

Parker was sentenced to four years. Black also ordered him to undergo treatment for sexual offenders and to be supervised for 15 years.

"You have grievously sinned," the judge told Black. "You have serious issues that need resolution."

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