Published: May 07, 2014 11:45 AM EDT
Updated: May 07, 2014 4:39 PM EDT

FORT MYERS, Fla.- The man accused of secretly spying on renters inside a Fort Myers Beach vacation home will not be let out on bond.Robert Moore, 53, is facing eight charges of video voyeurism and one charge related to child porn.

The judge ordered the hold with no bond after hearing from Lee County Sheriff's detective Paul Walsh. Walsh described Moore as a flight risk after he said they tracked him to Orlando and had to arrest him there. Moore's attorney, Joe Viacava, refuted those allegations though, saying Moore and the attorney had been in contact with the Sheriff's Office constantly since the voyeurism allegations arose.

"Law enforcement doesn't have to agree to anything, but what we did agree to was that they were going to self-surrender him, and when detectives were finished with the paperwork they had to do, they would contact us. As such, we had a bondsman ready to go," said Viacava. "Mr. Moore has been in constant contact with my office and I've been in contact with the Sheriff's Office. So, to say that he is a flight risk is a flat-out lie and a violation of our agreement."

According to the State Attorney's Office, Moore could be facing up to 100 years behind bars. His next court date is June 9th.