Jeffrey Goss, who works at the Christian Education Alliance in Tulsa, was taken into custody on Tuesday after federal agents allegedly caught him using an online app to share and view graphic photos and videos of underage boys and girls.
According to Tulsa World, Homeland Security had been conducting an undercover investigation on Goss since 2015.
Officials were able to obtain a search warrant this week for Goss’ home after the 56-year-old principal supposedly showed his face on the online app.
Fox 23 News reported that authorities were then able to track his IP address.
After his arrest, Goss confessed to using the app to view child pornography at least five times since November 2015.
Federal agents said the married man didn’t care if the kids were boys or girls and preferred them to be no older than 12.
Authorities also revealed that Goss would look at the videos and pictures at school so he wouldn’t be caught by his spouse.
Christian Education Alliance said in a statement to Fox 23 that they were unaware Goss was being investigated until he was arrested.
The disgraced principal is currently being held at the Tulsa County Jail.