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On October 13, 2006, during another chat session, Stephanie once again asked Farley what made him want a real experience.In response, Farley described the downward arc of deviance his sexual interests had taken: It is kind of the progression of porn actually ․ as a teen started looking at porn; as you look at more and more, you need harder and harder stuff to really get[ ] you going, so you go from like playboy, to penthouse, to hustler, etc., then from adult, to teen, to curious about younger. In the Fall of 2006, Kelly Farley was a thirty-seven-year old businessman living in Texas with a pregnant wife and five children, ranging in age from one to fourteen.His interest in families was not limited to his own, and his sexual interests extended beyond what our society and its laws will tolerate.FORT WORTH, Texas — Roy Mathew, 31, of Rowlett, Texas, was sentenced this morning by U. District Judge John Mc Bryde to 120 months in federal prison for enticing a minor girl to engage in sexual acts, announced U. According to documents filed in the case, on September 4, 2009, a Fort Worth Police Department Detective, in an undercover capacity, assumed the role of a 13-year-old girl in a chat room on the Internet. Mathew has been in federal custody since March 2010, when he pleaded guilty to one count of enticement of a child.
After questioning Stephanie about how long she had been attracted to her daughter and what she did to “get looks and appease [her]self of the urge,” Farley suggested that she should arrange for her daughter to walk in on her while she was masturbating.
When Stephanie told him that Sydney was standing next to her as she typed, Farley told Sydney to “come real close” to the screen and asked her how she was enjoying her day off from school.
Told that the girl had run off giggling, Farley resumed his conversation with Stephanie and boasted, “I still have it after all these years, even with 10 year olds.”Farley then questioned Stephanie about her own childhood sexual experiences.
This case was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood, a nationwide initiative to combat the growing epidemic of child sexual exploitation and abuse launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice.
Led by United States Attorneys’ Offices and the Criminal Division's Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section (CEOS), Project Safe Childhood marshals federal, state and local resources to better locate, apprehend and prosecute individuals who exploit children via the Internet, as well as to identify and rescue victims.