Law & Order Director Gets Probation For Child Porn

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Jason “Jace” Alexander, known best for his directorial work on the popular “Law & Order” television show, was sentenced to 10 years probation on child pornography charges.

The 52-year-old director was found to be in possession of videos of obscene sexual acts performed by minors. Alexander pleaded guilty to the charges at the beginning of the year, which is probably one of the reasons why he was given probation and not sentenced to prison time.

He could have faced up to seven years in prison if found guilty on the two charges, one for possession of child pornography and the other for promotion. Alexander is a father of three.

Alexander is going to have to register as a sex offender in the state of New York. Some of the best known “Law & Order” episodes were directed by the celebrity director, but he also worked on other hit shows like “The Mysteries of Laura” and “Raising Hope.”

We can only hope that he’ll get the help he needs while on probation.

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