An ogress from Florida made her two young daughters perform sex acts on each other so her pedophile boyfriend could watch it online.
Rose Beth Litzky, 33, and her boyfriend Roberto Oquendo, 38, were both convicted this month on various child pornography charges after they were found with hundreds of naked images and videos of the girls.
Oquendo was sentenced to 50 years in federal prison on Monday after pleading guilty to producing child porn and conspiracy to produce child porn.
His monster girlfriend was convicted earlier this month and also faces 50 years when she is sentenced in October.
The couple pedophiles were busted in September 2016 when Oquendo was pulled over for a traffic stop after the FBI received a tip he was in possession of child porn.
Oquendo, who was living in Virginia at the time, subsequently told agents that he used his cellphone to take photos of the two girls' genitals for his own pleasure.
Authorities then seized several computers and cellphones belonging to Oquendo, including some that were hidden.
One of the cellphones contained deleted messages between Litzky and Oquendo where they had discussed taking sexually explicit images and videos of the two children.
Investigators say they determined that Litzky had made her two daughters engage in sex acts between October 2014 and September 2016 while she was chatting with Oquendo online so he could see the children naked.
Some of the images that investigators found showed the diabolical ogress instructing the children to engage in sexual conduct.
Oquendo took hundreds of screenshots of the visual depictions and kept them on his cellphone.
When investigators interviewed Litzky about the sexual exploitation of the children, she admitted to taking hundreds of images of her children nude that she would sent to Oquendo via text message.
Litzky’s iPhone was also searched and found to contain child pornography.
Oquendo pleaded guilty back in January to his charges.
A federal jury found Litzky guilty earlier this month. She is scheduled to be sentenced on October 14.