A North Adams man already facing child rape and pornography charges in Berkshire Superior Court has been arraigned on federal child porn charges.

The Berkshire Eagle reports Anthony Deordio, 44, allegedly possessed, received and distributed child pornography, and advertised the sale of pornographic photos and videos, from November 2017 to March 2018, among other accusations contained in a 12-page federal indictment.

Deordio allegedly persuaded a person younger than 18 — identified in court filings as "Minor A" — to engage in sex acts in November 2017 for the purpose of broadcasting it live. Specific details of the accusation were not included in the indictment.

He is further accused of advertising pictures and videos for sale of minors in sex acts on at least three occasions from Nov. 29 to Dec. 25, 2017.

Deordio also allegedly emailed computer files depicting children in sex acts Nov. 29 and Dec. 24, 2017, and again Jan. 28 and March 1, 2018.

According to the indictment, Deordio received child pornography in mid-November 2017, and from then until March 2018, was allegedly in possession of at least one piece of child pornography involving a pair of minors, one described as prepubescent and the other as younger than 12.

Federal prosecutors also are seeking forfeiture of computer and electronic equipment used in connection with the case.

Deordio pleaded not guilty Dec. 3 U.S. District Court to three counts of aiding and abetting the advertisement of child pornography, two counts each of distribution and transportation of child pornography, and one count each of aiding and abetting sexual exploitation of children, and receipt and possession of child pornography.

He is due back in federal court in Springfield on Feb. 6 for a pretrial hearing. He is being held without bail.