Candice miller took the more than 1000 sick pics of her son and daughter, then 10 and 14 engaged in various sexual positions and could be seen performing sex acts on one of the children in some of them.
The 32-year-old admitted to her sick crime and admitted to e-mailing them to evil pedophile Steven Demink, 41, who persuaded women across America to sexually assault their kids as a form of therapy, by telling them he was a psychologist.
Prosecutors say Miller met Steven Demink online and they had graphic chats about Miller being nude around the 10 and 14-year-old victims and about Miller taking showers with them.
Investigators say the conversations progressed to the point where she and the man talked about sexually abusing the minors and capturing it on camera.
Court documents show that Demink targeted single mothers, and in some cases, promised a date if they followed through with his directions.
He also talked to an Oregon woman about the sexual development of her eight-year-old autistic son, telling her to engage in sexually explicit conduct with her son as a way to teach him about sex.
She did so while Demink watched on a web camera.
He was jailed for life, the sentence which Miller faced.
Instead she only got 25 years for her role in the sick scheme.