Police in the Philippines said the suspects were 'caught in the act of recruiting and using children for online trafficking, pornography and sexual exploitation' Fight: Jefford Dominguez was arrested in the same raid.
At the other end of the room stood the mother of two of the children – the third was her niece – and her eldest daughter, aged 13, who was typing on a keyboard.
A live webcam feed on the computer screen showed the faces of three white men glaring out.
, a slang term for a Filipina sex worker living in Japan, she had persuaded a resident to introduce her to the children, who played daily in the gravel streets.
Paedophile pageant: Girls aged just 11, 17, 15, 14 and 12, all work in Ilican City's brothels.
Most come from impoverished backgrounds and earn €2 a night from the abuse, which goes a long way in the Philippines Vile: A suspected British paedophile chats over webcam.
Journalist Peter Bridge - not his real name - came across many men like him in a two year investigation into the depraved multi-billion dollar industry Horror: Bridge's investigation has led to a number of girls being rescued - but he says it is just the tip of the iceberg, and has vowed to continue to fight the industry - despite receiving death threats Hotspot: The Philippines is the top destination for predators in search of webcam child sex tourism, with some even travelling to the country to pay between €8 and €30.
Here, a cybersex supplier chats online'They learn how to receive the money, how to do these things unnoticed, how to make contacts.
So they are really raised to abuse by the predators.
They come from the US, Europe, Australia, Canada and Korea.
Poverty combined with the rise of cheap, high speed internet access has turned the country into the hub of a billion-dollar cyber sex industry with tens of thousands of girls being exposed to sexual abuse.
Caught: Kissy Pepito (left )and Cindy Omisol (right) were also taken into custody.