A woman who ran an online escort service in Pennsylvania, which authorities say sexually exploited girls and trafficked minors, is facing child pornography charges.

According to the charges filed in Harrisburg, Pa., prosecutors say Samantha Smith, 28, used her job as a sex worker to sexually abuse and exploit minors over a five-year period.

Prosecutors say Smith used her company, “Adult Baby,” to run an online “sex shop” and distribute explicit photos and videos to underage girls and women, who then provided them to other customers, including children.

According the indictment, Smith operated the sex shop “Adult Daddy” in Harrisstown.

In January 2018, authorities say Smith was arrested in connection with a separate criminal investigation, this time in New Jersey.

Smith’s attorney, Michael A. Gough, says he plans to contest the charges in court.

“They’ve made it clear they’re not interested in prosecuting Samantha Smith,” Gough told the Philadelphia Inquirer.

“They’re going to file a motion to dismiss and they’ll fight the charges.”

According to court documents, Smith was charged in January with one count of possession of child pornography and one count each of distribution of child porn and making false statements.

The Harrisburg Daily News reported that a warrant was issued for Smith’s arrest in May.

The indictment also accuses Smith of having a relationship with a child that is an aggravated sexual offense, and one of the minors was a minor who was under the age of 13.

Smith is being held on a $25,000 bond.