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Debra Jean Eyerly: Gets 25 Years for Child Porn Starring Family Member, But at Least She Got to Marry Her Child-Porn-Producing Boyfriend

Debra Jean Eyerly is going away for 25 years on child-porn charges, but the last few months haven't been totally bleak for the 54-year-old sicko: At least she got to marry her boyfriend, who's as much into producing child porn as she is.

Because people like her deserve happiness, you know?

Eyerly is going to prison for producing child porn featuring a family member and sending it out over the net, including to her boyfriend. Matthew Eyerly.

Over the course of their courtship, she had also left the family member alone with Eyerly, who sexually abused the relative. He is currently serving 30 years in federal prison.

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Debra Eyerly was living in Conroe when the events occurred.

U.S. District Judge Keith Ellison sentenced her to 300 months on a charge of conspiracy to produce child porn and each of the three convictions of production, as well as 120 months on the transportation and possession charges. "All sentences will be served concurrently for a total sentence of 300 months," the U.S. Attorney's Office says. "Following her release from prison, she will serve the rest of her life on supervised release."

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