More forensic interviews will take place to adequately prosecute the suspects.
It's a tough process for the victims, but necessary to make sure no further harm is done to the children involved.
Five of the 14 arrested are from Clovis, Selma, Riverdale, and Goshen, including attorney Kenneth Cavin, who has pleaded not guilty to charges.
But the other nine? All Fresno...
The list includes 26 year old Bradley Vaine...
He's accused of abusing a 7 year old disabled girl.
The arrests and investigations of these men have resulted in the seizure of thousands upon thousands of images and videos.
All face charges of possession, and-or, distribution.
All are in custody... Much to the relief of residents like Eileen Fisher-Stewart...
"Discomforting. I don't have young kids anymore, but i do work at a school and live near them."
It's not over yet...
Federal agents say as long as horrific crimes like these continue, their work does not stop.
Mike Prado is with the Department of Homeland Security.
"Law enforcement at all levels, federal, state, and local, are working hard every single day to root out these people and identify them and bring them to justice."
For the victims coming out of these ordeals, child abuse prevention advocates like Melisssa Holderman say the healing can now begin...
"A lot of times, situations like this, they will set up a group for the kids where they can relate to one another, and also for the parents."
While the Fresno Council on Child Abuse Prevention offers services to victims of child pornography, they're also working to make sure this type of crime doesn't happen again.
Advocates say talking to your kids about appropriate touching is key.
Eileen Fisher-Stewart says with her family, it's about communication.
"I told them early on, don't talk to strangers. They were really good about it."
Authorities say this investigation, called Operation Sunflower, is ongoing, and can use your help.
If you know of someone who possesses or distributes child pornography, you can make an anonymous call to 866-DHS-2-ICE.
You can also file an online report with the Department of Homeland Security...
Just click on Newslinks.