The former staffer at All Saints Elementary School in Syracuse, who has been accused of sexually exploiting children, is now facing federal charges.

Emily Oberst, 23, was indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiracy to sexually exploit children, exploitation of children and distribution of child pornography, a total of 19 counts in all.

Court documents show that between 2014 and March of this year, Oberst allegedly took explicit photos of two young children and shared them on her phone.

Oberst worked at All Saints Elementary School at the time, but it is unclear if the victims were from the school.  Both were under the age of 4 at the time.

The explicit photos in question ultimately wound up in the hands of the FBI, after a man named Jason Kopp sent them to an undercover agent.

Kopp pleaded guilty in the case just last week and is expected to serve more than 500 years in prison.

Oberst's charges also add up to more than 100 years in prison, if she is convicted.