Pima County Man Sentenced To 340 Years For Child Pornography

Kimball Hoff

A Pima County man, Kimball Hoff, age 61, was sentenced Wednesday to 340 years in prison for the sexual exploitation of a minor under 15 years of age, the result of a probe by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s Homeland Security Investigations.

The investigation into Hoff began in October 2015, when Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) special agents received information about an IP address downloading and sharing child pornography. On Oct. 27, 2015, HSI special agents executed an Arizona search warrant at Hoff’s residence. Based on the overwhelming evidence identified during the search the defendant was taken into custody and held in lieu of posting bail. According to court documents, HSI special agents discovered over 6,500 images and 800 videos of child pornography ranging from infant and toddler age to early teens.

Hoff was indicted in November 2015 on all 20 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor under 15 years of age. Two years later, he was convicted by a jury trial.

“This multiple lifetime sentence should serve as a powerful deterrent to child predators who mistakenly believe the internet will enable them to indulge their perverse desires with impunity,” said Scott Brown, special agent in charge for HSI in Phoenix. “HSI will continue to work closely with our local partners to hold these dangerous sexual predators accountable for their actions.”


  1. I have always wondered why someone is sentence to so long a sentence. What are they doing to do bury him in the prison cemetery for his corpse to serve the remainder of the sentence? Might as well just sentence him to life without the possibility of parole

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