A 40-year-old man from Derrylin in Co Fermanagh has pleaded guilty to a total of 17 charges which include making and possessing indecent and prohibited images of children.
Jonny Boyle appeared before Dungannon Crown Court yesterday.
Police "welcomed" the guilty plea of 40-year-old Jonny Boyle, who is from the village of Derrylin, located close to the Cavan/Fermanagh border.
In a statement to Northern Sound, Detective Inspector Richard Vasey from The Police Service of Northern Ireland's Child Internet Protection Team said, "A number of digital devices were seized following a search of Mr Boyle’s property, resulting in Mr Boyle being arrested and later charged for child abuse related offences.
"These searches are part of the continuing proactive work by the Police Service of Northern Ireland’s Child Internet Protection Team, a dedicated unit staffed with officers trained specifically to deal with online offending and safeguard those who have been exploited.
"We use specialist technology to detect digital devices, to make it difficult for offenders to hide evidence from the police.
"We will continue proactively targeting those people in our community who contribute to this cycle of abuse and I would encourage anyone with concerns or information to get in contact us on 101 or 999 in an emergency. We will act on the information we receive."