An Oklahoma teen accused of using his cell phone camera to record a 16-year-old girl performing oral sex on him has been charged with manufacturing child pornography.
Eighteen-year-old Kylem Lamont Carter was also charged with distributing child pornography because he allegedly shared the video with several students.
The interesting situation is how to deal with this when both (assuming there are only 2) participants are under 18. In this case, though, I don't know how the boy could be charged with anything but what he was charged with--it's no different than if he'd set up a video camera, and the girl was a minor.
In California, statutory rape is a misdemeanor if the adult is less than three years older than the minor, and a felony if the adult is 3 or more years older than the minor. Sexual acts are one thing, filming and distributing them are another.
Another interesting situation: how should schools deal with this when students, even when out of school, are sending "suggestive" pictures via phone or computer. Is it a school issue at all? What if a particular student is being harassed, even if out of school, by being sent such pictures? How should the school respond?
As you might surmise, I've heard of this happening.