Broadway producer Ben Sprecher was arrested on child porn charges on Tuesday, following an early morning raid at his Morningside Heights home, officials said.

Law enforcement sources confirmed that Homeland Security Investigations agents and NYPD officers executed a search warrant on Sprecher's West 122nd Street home, arresting him on federal child porn charges.

He is currently awaiting an arraignment before a Southern District of New York judge, officials said. Additional details about the complaint were not immediately available.

Sprecher's lengthy Broadway resume includes production credits on the Tony-nominated "Fortune's Fool," as well as "Sly Fox," "The Odd Couple," and the Kevin Spacey vehicle, "A Moon for the Misbegotten."

But he is likely best known for his connection to the failed musical "Rebecca." After spending millions and lining up a cast, Sprecher learned that he'd been scammed by a Long Island stockbroker, Mark Hotton. The production was ultimately pulled, after the broker claimed the lead investor had died of malaria. Hotton later pled guilty, in what the Times described as "the most audacious fraud ever to sink a Broadway show."

“Do I feel like I was duped? I was duped. I was raped," Sprecher told the paper in an interview following the scandal.

More recently, Sprecher was reportedly seeking to open an "old world family restaurant for the Instagram age" in Rockefeller Center.