Slumlord pervert's den filmed tenants having having sex

A multi-millionaire slumlord who set up a secret network of cameras and watched his tenants having sex from a recliner chair with a foot massager in a shed.

Masaaki Imaeda, 66, leased out bedrooms of his Sydney property to young Japanese tenants and spied on their most intimate moments, News.com.au reports.

Daily Mail Australia has obtained police photographs of the covert cameras Imaeda hid in the light fixtures, which had a full view of the beds his tenants slept in.

Photographs from inside the shed show a foot massager sitting on a milk crate and the black leather recliner chair from which he sat watching a large television.

Masaaki Imaeda, 66, set up a secret network of cameras and watched his tenants having sex from a recliner chair with a foot massager in a shed

NSW Police photographs show a camera hidden in a light fixture, which was on the ceiling of his tenant's bedroom

A young Japanese couple found a camera hidden in their ceiling. The camera faced the floor-length mirror and had a view of the entire room (pictured)

There was a camera hidden in a television and a camera disguised as a smoke alarm in another bedroom

The television was connected to covert cameras in the bedrooms via Ethernet cables spread from the bedrooms to the shed.

Laptops, cameras, recording equipment, USB sticks and SD cards were also found in the shed, according to case facts prepared by NSW Police said.

Imaeda also reportedly kept clothes, a hairdryer and other personal items in the shed.

The 66-year-old pleaded guilty to multiple charges in November, and was sentenced in December in Campbelltown Court.

Imaeda is serving a maximum of 18 months behind bars, with a non-parole period of 10 months.

A network of cables and wires connected the bedrooms to Imaeda's shed 

Imaeda is serving a maximum of 18 months behind bars, with a non-parole period of 10 months

Laptops, cameras, recording equipment, USB sticks and SD cards were also found in the shed, according to case

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