Bloomsburg Press Enterprise, Bill Hughes, Associated Press
In this Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 photo, retired Bloomsburg University childhood education professor Gary Doby, 65, of Beaver Township, Pa., is escorted by state police into his arraignment in District Judge Craig Long’s court in Catawissa, Pa. Doby was jailed in lieu of $500,000 bail to await extradition to Oklahoma City, where he is facing nine felony counts of manufacturing and conspiring to manufacture juvenile pornography.

OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma prosecutor says he expects more young victims to emerge in the case of a former third-grade teacher accused of making child pornography involving her students and sharing it online with a retired Pennsylvania college professor.

Pottawatomie County District Attorney Richard Smothermon said Friday that any parent whose child was a student of Kimberly Ann Crain must be worried. She resigned from her McLoud teaching job last month.

Prosecutors have accused the 48-year-old Crain of photographing as many as 14 young girls while they were changing in her classroom or her home and sharing the images with 65-year-old Gary Doby, of Bloomsburg, Pa.

Crain and Doby were each charged Thursday with several counts of making child porn.

Doby taught early childhood development at Bloomsburg University until retiring in 2008.