Comedian Adonis Losada was sentenced on Wednesday to 153 years in prison for possession of child pornography. Losada became famous for portraying “Doña Concha,” an old lady with a very outspoken personality in the extremely popular variety show “Sábado Gigante,” which ended its 53-year run in September 2015.

A judge from the Miami-Dade County issued the verdict months after Losada was charged with 51 counts of having pornographic images of children on his computer. Losada was arrested for the first time in 2009, after having contacted an undercover detective in an online chat room called “Baby Toddler Love.”

The actor sent the cop two batches of heinous pics, depicting adults having sex with toddlers, prosecutors said. “We’ve never seen images of children so young,” Assistant State Attorney Gregory Schiller said in 2014, according to the Palm Beach Post. “None of the children, who were shown engaged in sexual activity, were older than age 5.” Detectives later found hundreds of similar images on Losada’s computer.

That investigation led to criminal charges in Palm Beach, where he’s currently serving a 10-year sentence for possession of child pornography as well since 2014. At the time of his trial in April, he had admitted to using the Internet to engage in sexual acts with men, but denied he had ever been perverted enough to look for child pornography. “No, sir. I don’t like that,” the former comedian assured the Judge on duty. “To like that garbage, you would have to be a very sick person to like that,” he continued.

However, during this trial, the jury showed pictures of Losada watching child pornography and they also played a recorded phone call between him and an undercover detective in which he was heard talking of engaging in sexual relations with children. Nevertheless, the 52-year old actor insisted he was innocent: “There’s a lot of evidence that I didn’t commit a crime,” Losada said Wednesday at the sentencing hearing.