[BOISE] – Attorney General Raúl Labrador has announced that Douglas Keith Stuhlberg, 52, was sentenced to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Child by Possession of Sexually Exploitative Material, a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Stuhlberg was sentenced on June 28, 2024, by Ada County District Judge James Cawthon.

In approximately October 2023, the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Unit received multiple CyberTips from Synchronoss Technologies indicating that files containing child sexual abuse material were being uploaded to their network from a phone number associated with Stuhlberg. After obtaining search warrants, officers searched Stuhlberg’s home and several devices, locating hundreds of files containing child sexual abuse material. Many of the files depicted minor females ranging from approximately seven to thirteen years old in various stages of undress while engaged in lascivious poses.

“These crimes against children will not go unanswered,” said Attorney General Labrador.  “I’m very proud of the hard work our ICAC Unit and prosecutors have done to keep our Idaho communities safe.  The sentence handed down in this case demonstrates their commitment to keeping predators and abusers away from our kids.”

Judge Cawthon sentenced Stuhlberg to 10 years, with two years fixed and eight years indeterminate, on each count. The judge ordered that the sentences run concurrently. Stuhlberg was also ordered to pay court fees and costs. Upon release, Stuhlberg will have to register as a sex offender pursuant to Idaho law. The case was prosecuted by Deputy Attorney General Madison Allen.