The price tag of the Eugene Robert Anderson trial could be $100,000.
Prosecutors say that includes court costs and the investigation, but they also point out those aren't all county costs.
The computer crime division of the Ohio Attorney General's office also took part in the investigation.
On Friday, Anderson was found guilty of more than 100 charges, including Pandering and Prostitution involving minors.
Sentencing is scheduled for October.
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