SANTA ANA, Calif. (KTLA) -- A girls' soccer coach has been charged with forcing a 13-year-old girl to send him sexually explicit videos of herself.
45-year-old Robert Vincent Peace, of Lake Forest, faces multiple charges, including three felony counts of lewd acts on a child under 14, six felony counts of lewd acts on a child, three felony counts of contacting a child with intent to commit lewd acts on a child and two felony counts of using a minor for sex acts.
He has also been charged with one felony count each of using a minor for distribution of obscene material and control of child pornography, with a sentencing enhancement allegation for substantial sexual conduct with a child.
Police say Peace, who is a citizen of the United Kingdom, met the girl from Endicott, NY in an online video chat room in 2009.
He exchanged messages with the victim and instructed her to send him sexually explicit videos over a two year period, according to authorities.
Peace allegedly threatened the girl that he would post the videos online if she didn't continue sending him new pornographic images.
Police say Peace did post some of the videos of the girl online.
In addition to the videos of the girl, Peace is accused of possessing over 1,500 images and more than 300 videos of graphic child pornography featuring young teenage girls.
In February 2011, one of Peace's family members found some of the child porn and turned over Peaces portable hard drive to the Orange County Sheriff's Dept.
Peace was arrested on Jan. 20 in a traffic stop by the Huntington Beach Police Dept., ICE, Homeland Security Investigations and the OCSD.
At the time of his arrest, Peace was coaching a recreational soccer team for girls under 14 called the Irvine Blades.
He faces up to 25 years in state prison if convicted on all the charges against him.
Authorities say that, because his coaching position put him in contact with young girls, there may be additional victims.
Anyone with additional information or who may have been a victim is asked to call investigators at (714) 347-8794 or ICEs toll-free 24-hour tip line at (866) DHS-2ICE.
Police: Soccer Coach Forced Girl to Send Him Explicit Videos
Robert Vincent Peace, 45 (Orange County Sheriff's Dept.)