An INTERNET pervert whose pictures of naked boys went around the world has been locked up for four years.
When police checked pet shop worker Neville Taylor’s computers they found the 41-year-old had half a million indecent images of children.
Detectives said the pictures were distributed worldwide.
DC Annie Vernon, of Derbyshire Police, said: “The pictures of those boys went around the world. We know he sent them to the Philippines himself, and they would be passed on and on.”
David Outterside, prosecuting, told Derby Crown Court Taylor’s home on Sheepcote Lane, Killamarsh, was raided by police officers in February.
He said: “The officers switched on the monitor and the wallpaper was of a naked boy in a shower.”
Mr Outterside said Taylor had also taken pictures of children in the street outside the pet shop where he worked.
He had previously been jailed at Sheffield Crown Court in 1994 for offences including having indecent photographs of children.
The former milkman admitted 16 charges including inciting a child to pose for indecent photographs, causing a child to watch pornography, having extreme pornography, and making, having and distributing pornographic images.
Jailing him, Judge Jonathan Gosling said: “Once distributed these images can never be retrieved.
“They are always electronically available and there is nothing anyone can do about it.
“When the police looked at your computer, they discovered half a million images in total. That quantity rather speaks for itself.”
Taylor was banned from working with children for life and put on the sex offenders’ register.