Deputies say this is a big arrest for the Fresno Sheriff's Office, and their fight to stop child sexual exploitation.
Jeff Jordan was arrested last Thursday...
He faces charges of possessing and distributing child pornography.
A search warrant was served at his home Just down the street from this neighborhood playground...
Detectives confiscated several computers and storage devices...
Those are believed to contain downloaded images.
Sgt. Jeff Kertson, Fresno Sheriff's Office
"We wanted to track him down so we could talk to him, interview him, and get his side of the story for this investigation."}
Jordan was arrested as he was leaving work in downtown Fresno.
Most recently, he was the director of safety and broadcast compliance for ABC owned television stations.
He's also a former chief engineer at Channel 30.
"This was a proactive investigation. The Central California Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force is actively seeking and attempting to locate, identify and arrest those who use the internet and other media devices to sexually exploit our children."
This task force is comprised of 58 law enforcement agencies, and covers nine counties in Central California.
As for Jeff Jordan's case, that's still under investigation...
Detectives are dissecting his computers and say, what's on there will help determine how much time he could face behind bars, if convicted.
Jeff Jordan bonded out shortly after being taken into custody...
He's due in court for an arraignment on March 22nd.