Two Central Indiana men are among 11 American men who federal authorities have busted in a child pornography ring.
U.S. Attorney Joe Hogsett says the men ran a "super-secret," highly-encrypted online operation that involved the transferring of hundreds of thousands of child pornography images of teen boys down to toddler boys.
Hogsett says the men operated in on-line chat rooms on hidden servers for years.
Authorities say about 100 children from all over the world have been rescued as a result of the federal probe.
61-year-old John Edwards of Indianapolis and 44-year-old Thomas Vaughn of Anderson are among those arrested.