According to our news partner, KNDU-TV, the man accused of being involved in a massive child porn image and video ring has bonded out of jail.

Daniel Bunch, who formerly worked for the well known Bunch Finnigan appliance store and is a family relative (but NOT an owner) posted bond with conditions he has to adhere to prior to further court activity.

According to court documents Bunch has to wear a GPS monitoring device 24-7, had to surrender passport, cannot leave Benton or Franklin Counties, cannot use the internet and is to have no contact with any youth or minors, including his own children.

He's facing five separate felony counts all related to possession and dealing of depictions of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

As reported earlier, some of the shocking results of police searches of his computers revealed that Bunch had a 3-terabyte external hard driver attached to what was called a "concealed" laptop, as well as a concealed desktop with a 10-terabyte drive. These are enormous storage capacities, and officials say the 3-terabyte unit was 99% percent full of images, 3% for the larger desktop computer.

It is believed Bunch was involved in the possession and distribution of child porn as far back as February 2017.