DETROIT (WWJ) – A former Oakland County camp counselor facing child pornography charges will remain behind bars at least until his next court date.

A federal detention hearing was held Tuesday for Matthew Kuppe, who is accused of filming young boys in a locker room at the day camp and exchanging emails with what turned out to be an undercover officer.

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The 21-year old West Bloomfield man worked for the Jewish Community Center — which operates camps in West Bloomfield Township and Oak Park — for two summers. He’s since been fired.

A seven page criminal complaint outlined graphic and disturbing details of Kuppe’s alleged contact with prepubescent boys.

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Authorities say he took pictures of several children at the day camp, in “various stages of undress,” and posted those photographs on a foreign image sharing website. In a court filing, agents said they confronted Kuppe and he admitted posting the photos he took with his cell phone.

Kuppe, who was arrested last week, faces up to 20 years in federal prison if convicted on charges of production, possession, distribution and receiving child pornography.

The next hearing in the case is set for Aug. 27.

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Investigators, meantime, are continuing to work to identify more potential victims. The U.S. Attorney’s office in Detroit has set up a call center for people wanting information about the investigation — 1-888-702-0553.