The children, or their parents, got US-US per show.

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The area has developed a reputation as a global center of the sexual exploitation of children largely due to Eileen Ontong, authorities say.

For at least seven years, Ontong — dubbed “the Queen of Cyberporn” by local media — abused children on demand in front of a webcam for cash delivered via international wire transfer services, according to Philippines and US police.

Colorful posters depicting happy families urge children to cherish and obey their parents.

The area is thick with pawnshops, bakeries, butchers and Internet cafes, many of which double as money-transfer services, with Western Union logos on prominent display.

It didn’t take long for neighbors to offer their children for shows and set up similar operations at home, police say.

“This became a cottage industry in the area because they all saw Eileen Ontong making money,” said Abdul Jamal Dimaporo, an agent with the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, the country’s equivalent of the FBI.

Many of these end up at hotels such as the Shangri-La, Costabella, and Plantation Bay on Mactan’s eastern beaches. To reach the settlement of about 8,000 people, you leave behind the resorts, malls and apartment towers near the shore and cross a low bridge spanning the Gabi River.

The road narrows to two lanes, and the sedans and SUVs typical of wealthier districts give way to swarms of motorbikes and three-wheeled motorized rickshaws.

Eileen and Wilfredo’s place, next door, was more humble.

“Look at their home,” Nenita Ontong said, gesturing toward a small concrete structure where her son and daughter-in- law lived.

“It’s not the house of a queen.” After a friend taught Eileen how to use computers, she began frequenting local Internet cafes that offer private rooms for less than US

“This became a cottage industry in the area because they all saw Eileen Ontong making money,” said Abdul Jamal Dimaporo, an agent with the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, the country’s equivalent of the FBI.Many of these end up at hotels such as the Shangri-La, Costabella, and Plantation Bay on Mactan’s eastern beaches. To reach the settlement of about 8,000 people, you leave behind the resorts, malls and apartment towers near the shore and cross a low bridge spanning the Gabi River.The road narrows to two lanes, and the sedans and SUVs typical of wealthier districts give way to swarms of motorbikes and three-wheeled motorized rickshaws.Eileen and Wilfredo’s place, next door, was more humble.“Look at their home,” Nenita Ontong said, gesturing toward a small concrete structure where her son and daughter-in- law lived.“It’s not the house of a queen.” After a friend taught Eileen how to use computers, she began frequenting local Internet cafes that offer private rooms for less than US$1 an hour, Nenita said.

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“This became a cottage industry in the area because they all saw Eileen Ontong making money,” said Abdul Jamal Dimaporo, an agent with the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, the country’s equivalent of the FBI.

Many of these end up at hotels such as the Shangri-La, Costabella, and Plantation Bay on Mactan’s eastern beaches. To reach the settlement of about 8,000 people, you leave behind the resorts, malls and apartment towers near the shore and cross a low bridge spanning the Gabi River.

The road narrows to two lanes, and the sedans and SUVs typical of wealthier districts give way to swarms of motorbikes and three-wheeled motorized rickshaws.

Eileen and Wilfredo’s place, next door, was more humble.

“Look at their home,” Nenita Ontong said, gesturing toward a small concrete structure where her son and daughter-in- law lived.

“It’s not the house of a queen.” After a friend taught Eileen how to use computers, she began frequenting local Internet cafes that offer private rooms for less than US$1 an hour, Nenita said.

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“This became a cottage industry in the area because they all saw Eileen Ontong making money,” said Abdul Jamal Dimaporo, an agent with the Philippines National Bureau of Investigation, the country’s equivalent of the FBI.

Many of these end up at hotels such as the Shangri-La, Costabella, and Plantation Bay on Mactan’s eastern beaches. To reach the settlement of about 8,000 people, you leave behind the resorts, malls and apartment towers near the shore and cross a low bridge spanning the Gabi River.

The road narrows to two lanes, and the sedans and SUVs typical of wealthier districts give way to swarms of motorbikes and three-wheeled motorized rickshaws.

Eileen and Wilfredo’s place, next door, was more humble.

an hour, Nenita said.