A federal grand jury has indicted a 39-year-old Absecon man on charges of manufacturing child pornography.
Brian Killion, 39, is charged with two counts of manufacturing child pornography, one count of transporting a minor with intent to engage in illegal sexual activity, and one count of possession of child pornography.
Killion was arrested by State Police in July of 2010 following a camping trip with two boys who were younger than 13.
Killion sexually assaulted one boy in a tent, State Police said. The assault took place in view of the other juvenile, police said.
In the four-county indictment, Killion is also charged with forcing a juvenile into sexually explicit conduct in order to produce child pornography and transporting an underage juvenile from New Jersey to Florida in order to engage in sex.
The manufacturing counts are punishable by a minimum of 15 years and maximum of 30 years in prison. The transportation count holds a maximum punishment of life in prison.
In May 2011, Killion was indicted by an Atlantic County grand jury Tuesday on multiple counts stemming from alleged sexual relationships with five boys.
Killion listed in his LinkedIn website that he worked as an EMT with the Galloway Township Ambulance Squad from 1999 to 2005.
However, Michael Brandenberger, the squad’s business administrator, said last year the organization had had no contact with Killion for at least 10 years.
Killion was also a dispatcher for Absecon police, but resigned with three dispatchers in 2002 in protest of their treatment.
He was a 1991 graduate of Holy Spirit High School.