A Westmont man has been sentenced to more than a decade in federal prison for distribution child pornography.

Mark Dailey, 33, also must spend five years on supervised release after completing his 135-month term, according to a court record.

His sentence was imposed Jan. 13 by U.S. District Judge Christine O’Hearn in Camden federal court.

Dailey admitted guilt in August 2022 to distribution of child pornography.

He was accused in July 2020 of providing a sexually explicit photo of a young girl to an undercover officer working with a child-pornography task force in Washington, D.C.

A criminal complaint alleged Dailey contacted the officer through an online messaging app.

It alleged he also “sent several images he claimed to be of himself, along with that of a young child who was partially clothed.”

As part of his Jan. 13 sentence, Dailey is to forfeit an Apple iPhone, along with “all computer and computer accessories” on which investigators found illicit images, a court record says.