MUSKEGON, Mich. (WOOD) — A Grand Rapids man is facing child pornography charges out of Muskegon County.

The Muskegon County Prosecutor’s Office says Chad Derry reached out to girls, many of them from West Michigan, via the internet and convinced them to take inappropriate photos and videos.

“It was clear that he had multiple images, some that were identifiable, and then some that weren’t. But we’re pretty certain that a lot of his victims were from the West Michigan area,” said Muskegon County Prosecutor DJ Hilson.

Hilson says they have identified several of the girls, they are looking for others who were contacted by Derry, who used the handle kmarie13131312 on Instagram. Anyone who thinks their child may have had contact with him is asked to call Norton Shores Police Department Detective Kyle Neher at 231.733.2691.

“Obviously parents, we would highly encourage them to dig into their kid’s social media accounts to see if it’s there,” Hilson said.

Derry was charged with aggravated manufacturing of child sexually abusive activity, being a sexually deviant individual and using a computer to commit a crime. His bond has been set at $1 million.

The Muskegon County Justice for Women Taskforce, which includes members of the Muskegon Police Department, Norton Shores Police Department and Muskegon County Prosecutor’s office, investigated the case. It was created in January.

Federal grant dollars help fund the team’s full-time assistant prosecutor and a detective from each department to work cases exclusively.

“Anything to do with violence against women, this particular team is going to be looking at,” Hilson said. “We’re able to really provide a specialized unit for the victims and the survivors. Give them that extra attention that they deserve during these traumatic times.”