Note: Warning! This article discusses child pornography.

Josh Duggar has been found guilty of one count of receipt of child pornography and one count of possession of child pornography.

The Associated Press reports that the reality television alum aged 33 was convicted in Fayetteville Arkansas by a jury on Thursday Dec. 9, and taken into custody. The charges against him could land him up to 20-years in prison and fines of up to $250,000 each. His sentence is set for a later date.

Duggar’s lawyers said that they appreciated the lengthy jury deliberations. Justin Gelfand, Ian Murphy Travis StoryCelebHomes News released a statement saying that they respect the verdict of the jury and intend to appeal.

Duggar, who was accused of downloading child abuse material via the internet, was taken into custody in April. Later, he was released after posting bail. A press release from the United States Attorney’s Office of Western District of Arkansas stated that Duggar allegedly had this material in his possession, which some of them depicted the sexual abuse of children younger than 12 years. Duggar pleaded not guilty to both the count of receipt of child pornography and the count of possession of child pornography at an arraignment that month.