A Necedah man has been convicted of five counts of possession of child pornography.  Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced that 55-year old Brad Carver entered a ‘no contest’ plea in Juneau County Circuit Court Thursday.  Additional charges were dismissed as part of the plea agreement but will be considered at sentencing.  The charges resulted from an investigation by the Wood County Sheriff’s Department into the use of ‘peer-to-peer’ file sharing programs for distribution of child pornography.  A search warrant was conducted of Carver’s computer and more than 10,000 images and videos of suspected child pornography were recovered by investigators.  Carver is scheduled for sentencing on March 27th, 2013.  Assistant Attorney General David Maas represents the state as Special Prosecutor for Juneau County.