A Canberra man has been jailed for 12 years over his involvement in producing child pornogrpahy, with some offences happening on the South Coast.
The now 33-year-old, who can't been named for legal reasons, will spend at least eight years behind bars.
Earlier this month he pleaded guilty to 19 charges from offences dating back to 2006, when he was aged 20.
His charges include three counts of inciting aggravated indecency - victim 16 and under authority of offender, four counts of aggravated indecent assault of a victim under 16, using a child under 14 for pornography and producing child pornography.
The offences happened at Culburra Beach, Kangaroo Valley and an area know as The Angle, south of Canberra.
A number of other charges were also taken into account by Judge Warwick Hunt during his sentencing in Sydney Downing Centre District Court on September 6.
The man has been sentenced to an aggregate sentence of 12 years from April 9, 2015, with a non-parole period of eight years.
He will be eligible for release in April 2023.