MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives have arrested a Sunrise man on child porn charges.

BSO says 60-year-old Neil Greenberg faces 72 charges related to possessing child pornography and promoting sexual performances by a child.

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Greenberg was not happy to hear his bond is set at more than a million dollars on charges he had sex with minors, videotaped it and kept those videos in his collection.

“That bond is close to 1.5 million dollars with is tantamount to no bond at all,” his attorney Matthew Glassman said.  Greenberg sighed when he heard.

“He was soliciting her for sex for money, engaging in sex acts with her for money,” said BSO Sgt. Thomas McInerney from the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit.

He said Greenberg had numerous videos of himself having sex.

“We’ve located approximately 100 videos of the defendant and various women and girls engaged in sex acts,” he said. “We’re still combing through those videos and to see if we can identify the women and verify their ages at the time of the video recordings.”

Investigators say they know of two underaged girls; one 14, the other 16.

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The 16-year-old, we’re told, was a runaway from a group home.

Detectives say the case broke wide open when someone at the home found messages with Greenberg.

“They saw the chats on there of our victim and the suspect where they were negotiating sex acts for money,” he said.

BSO says Greenberg also operates an adult website. They’re taking look at that too.

“He runs a website which advertises escorts, which is also utilized for prostitution purposes, where he advertises local escorts and users can go on and make dates. They call them, with the escorts,” Sgt. McInerney said.

BSO is concerned there may be more victims.

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Anyone who thinks they were victimized by Greenberg is asked to contact police at 954-888-5327.