Former LCS president ordered to house arrest, other conditions after plea deal for child pornography

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Image of Tye Rogers from 2016 press release

LUBBOCK, Texas– A former Lubbock Christian Schools president was ordered to house arrest on Monday after he was caught recording child pornography of a 15-year-old girl, previous court records said.

In or around October 2020, Tye Rogers’ wife caught him “surreptitiously taking photographs of a 15-year-old minor female as she was naked in the bathroom preparing to take a shower,” court records said.

Rogers admitted to his wife that he took several photographs and videos of the child in the bathroom, according to court records.

Rogers accepted a plea deal earlier this month, and he could face up to 10 years in prison, according to federal court documents.

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Along with the house arrest conditions, Rogers must report to his probation office, must continue to actively seek employment, must surrender a passport if he has one and cannot travel outside the northern district of Texas, among other conditions.

A judge’s order said Rogers must remain at home except for a list of approved activities.

Rogers posted bail in lieu of bonds at $15,000, according to court records.

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