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A former maintenance worker at the Boys & Girls Club in Anchorage, Alaska, is on probation after serving a seven-year prison sentence for distributing child pornography.

Feliciano Villalba, 57, was originally facing six counts of possessing and distributing child porn, but five of the charges were dismissed when he took a plea deal in February 2012.

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"We work tirelessly to protect the children we serve as their safety and well-being are crucial to us," Alana Humphrey, CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs Alaska, said in a July statement. "Our greatest responsibility is to protect the youth we serve. Safety permeates everything we do."

Humphrey listed the nonprofit's safety protocols, including mandatory background checks, mandated reporter trainings and detailed procedures around adult supervision, among other policies.

The charges stem from an investigation by the Anchorage Police Department's Cyber Crimes Unit, which led officers to Villalba's home in October 2011. There, they seized equipment that contained 690 images and 175 videos, many showing graphic videos of children as young as 4 being sexually abused, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.

Villalba told police he did not take any of the photos or videos and officers do not believe any of the victims were local, according to court records.

As part of his 10-year probation, Villalba had to register as a sex offender and cannot possess alcohol, sexually explicit images, controlled substances without a prescription or concealed weapons, sentencing records detail. He can have no contact with anyone under 16 unless another adult is present and aware of his criminal record, according to court records.