Rape protests
A former Arkansas pastor was sentenced to life for raping two young girls, according to reports. In this photo, a protester holds a sign as she participates in a demonstration with members of the group SNAP, the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, outside of the offices of the San Francisco Archdiocese in San Francisco, California, March 29, 2010. Getty Images/Justin Sullivan

Anthony Waller, a former Arkansas children's pastor was given two life sentences in jail without the possibility of parole for raping two young girls, the Associated Press reported.

The 39-year-old, a former employee of what was earlier the First Assembly of God Church in Jonesboro, pleaded guilty and was sentenced Tuesday, according to a local report.

Police reportedly said that Waller repeatedly raped the two girls in several locations, including the church.

Waller still faces 50 counts of video voyeurism and one count of child pornography.

A police officer looking into the case testified that he had found 400,000 images of child pornography and videos of young girls on Waller's external hard drive, AP reported. The videos of the young girls were taken inside the church bathroom, the police detective reportedly said, adding that he found holes in the ceiling of the church bathroom and a place for hiding a camera nearby.