Vanessa George's paedophile accomplice Angela Allen will be freed from prison after serving 10 years.
Allen, from Bulwell, near Nottingham, was sentenced in December 2009 after admitting four counts of sexual assault of a child.
She was one of four women who assaulted young children and shared the images in a paedophile ring run by IT consultant Colin Blanchard.
Allen was jailed alongside George and Blanchard, responsible for the abuse of at least 30 children at Little Ted’s nursery in Plymouth.
George, 49, was released last year after it was decided she was no longer a danger to the public.
Allen could now be back on the UK’s streets in February.
The Parole Board confirmed the decision had been made after hearing Allen had "conformed well" to prison life and shown a "good attitude".
It said in a statement: "After considering the circumstances of her offending, the progress made while in custody and the evidence presented at the hearing and in the dossier, the panel was satisfied that Ms Allen was suitable for release once her designated accommodation became available."
She first became eligible to be considered for release on June 20, 2014, and this was Allen’s fourth review by the Parole Board.
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