Steven S. Miller, 36, of Weston. Felony charges filed April 4 include possession of child pornography, child sexual exploitation, invading privacy by use of a surveillance device, and capturing an intimate representation.

By Shereen Siewert

A 37-year-old Weston man who police say secretly filmed a 16-year-old girl and watched them for his own sexual gratification was convicted Monday after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors.

Steven Miller was charged April 4 in Marathon County Circuit Court with possession of child pornography, child sexual exploitation, two counts of invasion of privacy using surveillance device with a victim younger than 18, three counts of capturing an intimate representation.

As part of a plea agreement, Miller was ultimately convicted of possessing child pornography and capturing an intimate representation, while additional charges were dismissed but will be considered at sentencing.

Police say Miller placed cameras in the bedroom and bathroom of the girl, who is the daughter of Miller’s then-girlfriend. Investigators seized flash drives and SD cards containing dozens of images of the girl undressing, using the bathroom and showering, according to court documents.

Miller’s face is allegedly seen in at least one of the videos, an image police say was captured while he was placing the device.

When questioned, Miller ultimately told investigators he watched the videos for sexual purposes, according to court documents.

On Monday, Nov. 18, Circuit Judge LaMont Jacobson ordered a presentencing investigation be completed before determining sentence at a later date.

Miller is free on a $10,000 cash bond. A sentencing date has not yet been scheduled.