BURLINGTON (AP) -- Federal prosecutors say a 48-year-old Vermont man who works for the U.S.government in St. Albans is facing a child pornography charge after illegal images were found on his work computer.
Prosecutors say that Timothy Keevan, of Swanton, was charged in a single-count indictment with accessing images of child pornography with the intent to view them.
He was arraigned on Sept. 24. He pleaded not guilty.
According to court records, Keevan is an operations support technician with U.S. Citizen and Immigration Service in St. Albans and he used a work-issued computer to access child pornography websites.
If convicted, Keevan faces up to 10 years in prison.
Keevan’s attorney, David McColgin, did not immediately return a call seeking comment.