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High-profile composer and accused child pornographer Fernando Rivas wowed the Charleston arts community for the better part of a decade with his claims of Emmy- and Grammy-winning work on "Sesame Street. Within years of moving to town, Rivas launched a jazz program for Upper School students at Porter-Gaud.
He helped an artist develop a performance for the Charleston Symphony Orchestra. And he scored an S. Educational Television documentary on the year history of The Post and Courier. But a closer look at Rivas' resume reveals that the musician embellished some of those accolades.
Rivas claimed on his own website, dismantled since his arraignment in federal court Monday, that he had won two Emmys and one Grammy. Rivas earned an Emmy nomination -- but never the award itself -- for his composition for "Sesame Street," according to Paul Pillitteri, communications director for the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Pillitteri noted that Rivas could have earned a Regional Emmy Award at the New York chapter for his work with the show, but officials with the regional Emmys said Rivas did not earn such an award, or even a nomination. David McCann, responded to requests for interviews Wednesday.
Both appeared in federal court Monday for Rivas' arraignment on three charges -- production, transportation and possession of child pornography.