Deputies say 21-year-old Kyle Webster, who was employed as a custodian with the Dansville Central School District was charged last week with possessing a sexual performance of a child on his cell phones and petit larceny.

A former Dansville Central School District employee is facing felony child pornography charges.

The Livingston County's Sheriff's Office says a teacher at the Dansville Central School District reported there were inappropriate website searches done on her computer overnight on Oct. 4.

School officials contacted the School Resource Officer, Sheriff's Deputy Bob Holt, and alerted him of the situation. Holt was able to develop a suspect, 21-year-old Kyle Webster, who was employed as a custodian.

Investigators recovered the computers from the school as well as electronic devices from Webster's home. There were no illegal images found on the school computers, however there were images of child porn on Webster's cell phones.

Dansville school officials handled the personnel matter immediately upon the discovery of the situation and have cooperated with the investigation, deputies say.

Investigators also say there is no reason to believe that any students were affected.

On March 8, Webster was arrested and charged with two counts of felony possessing a sexual performance of a child and petit larceny as it was also determined that he stole approximately $150 from a fundraising envelope from a teacher's desk.

Webster was arraigned and is in jail on $1,000 cash bail or $2,000 bond.