Marcos Teia is a legend in his own mind. He's created groups dedicated to himself and has come back numerous times with new accounts after being kicked off Facebook. Below is a screenshot of one of his recently shut down incarnations. He's back with new accounts, of course.
The self-aggrandizement would be almost comical if it weren't for his large and ugly collection of child pornography. But it has bought him a certain fame. Teia has been featured in two articles by Raymond Bechard: "Federal Crimes on Facebook" and "A $50 Billion Company - The Perfect Place for Human Trafficking." In one article, Bechard describes material posted to a private Facebook group: "These photographs were explicit images of girls appearing to range in ages between 3 and 9 years. The images showed these girls involved in vaginal, oral, and anal sex acts. Some are bound with duct tape." This is consistent with accounts I have heard from other sources, and I also found it unsurprising that Marcos Teia would be a member of that group.