A BNP organiser and former candidate has been found guilty of possessing child pornography.
Ian Si'Ree of Vale Road,Rhyl in North Wales admitted making and possessing 138 illegal images of child sex abuse.
Police also found other images that while not illegal in themselves displayed a sexual interest in young girls, Mold Crown Court was told.
Judge Niclas Parry said that what the defendant needed to understand was that what he chose to view was actually happening to children, some as young as eight.
Officers were carrying out a search at the home of suspect James Si'ree during the investigation into the murder of takeaway delivery driver Gabor Sarkozi at Meliden.
The images were found on computers used by James' father Ian Si'Ree.
Si'ree was placed on supervision for three years on condition that he follows a sex offender treatment programme run by the probation service.
He was also placed on the sex offender register.
Si'ree admitted 10 charges of making and possessing the images at an earlier hearing.
James Si'ree,22,who is also a BNP member and his uncle Gary Bland, 42, of Bryn Avenue, Rhyl were jailed for life in May for the murder of Mr Sarkozi.
In 2001, Ian Si'ree originally from West Yorkshire was found not guilty of raping and indecently assaulting a 14-year-old girl.
Jurors also acquitted Si'Ree of three charges of sexual assault on a 12-year-old girl.
Following the trial, Karate teacher Si'ree fled his Bradford home and moved to the Welsh seaside town of Rhyl.
Si'Ree was the BNP organiser for Rhyl and stood as a Welsh Assembly candidate in 2011, parliamentary candidate in 2010 and council candidate in 2008.
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