A former Greenbrier volunteer firefighter was found guilty Wednesday night for possession of child pornography.

Daniel Klosky, 38, was found guilty on 38 counts of the possession and distribution of child pornography with each count carrying a possibility of 10 years in prison. The bench trial in front of Charles E. Clawson was held on Dec. 27, and the decision was given Wednesday night.

"We are very pleased with the decision," said Faulkner County Prosecuting Attorney Cody Hiland. "The Sheriff's department did a very thorough and complete job investigating the case and putting this in front of us to present to Judge Clawson."

Each of the 38 counts represents a picture or video found on Klosky's computer.

Capt. Matt Rice of the Faulkner County Sheriff's Office said the unit received information that led to the investigation of Klosky, and interviews during that investigation led to an additional charge of rape. Klosky was accused of rape in 2009 when the original charge was levied. Klosky, who was also a foster parent of two, was arraigned on Dec. 23, 2009, for the child pornography charges.

During the initial investigation, the rape allegation was brought to the attention of Faulkner County Sheriff’s investigators. Klosky was alleged to have raped a boy in his early teens earlier in 2009. Hiland said the trial for the rape charge is set for later this year.

"This is what we are trying to do," Rice said, noting he was "very satisfied" with the conviction. "This work will help shine the light on these people so that they will not be allowed to harm other people."