No, not if he's not a minor. But this isn't a joke, and sending photos of yourself can easily end up haunting you, and once sent, you can't take them back without hiring a lawyer, getting an injunction, and maybe not even then.
I understand 16 year olds don;t think ahead, but try. You want to apply to college, get a job, impress friends and family that you're reputable? Then never empower anyone by giving them photos of yourself that you do _not_ want all over the internet.
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What a creep! No, you are not on the hook legally but he might be for attempting extortion by making baseless legal threats to a minor over the matter of underage nude photos in his possession.
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Although it was a terrible idea and potentially very dangerous for you, you cannot get into trouble, since you're juvenile; and he cannot use these photos in any way as he has every reason to believe that they are child pornography which is such a serious criminal offense that I want to throw out my computer for typing the words.
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