The Western State Colorado University professor charged with sexual exploitation of a child bonded out of jail Wednesday.
Daniel Cress has been officially charged with one count of Internet luring and three counts of sexual exploitation of a child.
Cress did not appear in court Wednesday but was represented by his lawyer.
Cress is a Sociology and Criminal Justice professor at the university in Gunnison.
Cress was communicating online with an undercover agent that he believed to be a child under the age of 15, according to the Jefferson County District Attorney's office.
Last week, the judge left Cress' bond at $20,000.
The judge ordered Cress not to have contact with anyone under 18, except one of his children who is a minor, and ordered Cress to stay off the Internet except for business use.
Cress will have a preliminary hearing on April 7.