A child pornography ring has been broken up after F.B.I. wrapped up a two year investigation into the ring, according to a CNN article.
Authorities investigated an Internet bulletin board called "Lost Boy," shutting it down in early 2009, which lead to 16 of the site's 35 members to plead guilty in the U.S.
Arrests have also been made in South America, Europe and New Zealand, the New York Times reported.
The announcement was made after 44-year-old David Michael Fagerness from Georgia plead guilty on Monday to conspiracy to transport child pornography, according to the CNN article.
Fagerness now faces a 15-year mandatory minimum sentence and others face a 20-year minimum sentence, according to the article.
Four more defendants are named in an indictment but remain in Belgium, New Zealand, Germany and France, and some of the 35 members remain unidentified, according to the CNN article and the New York Times article.
The New York Times also reported that more than 200 victims of molestation have been identified.