California man accused of sexually assaulting and murdering infant daughter Matthew Brendan Warner, 30, was charged Tuesday with one count each of murder, torture, assault on a child causing death, aggravated sexual assault of a child and oral copulation or sexual penetration of a child 10 years old or younger. His daughter, who was 19-days old, was found inside a pickup truck Friday. BY Nancy Dillon NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Published: Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 9:15 PM Updated: Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 9:15 PM Facebook Matthew Brendan Warner, 30, of Newhall, Calif., could spend life in prison if convicted of all charges. A southern California dad is facing charges he sexually assaulted and murdered his 19-day-old daughter and dumped her tiny body in a pickup truck. Matthew Brendan Warner, 30, was charged Tuesday with one count each of murder, torture, assault on a child causing death, aggravated sexual assault of a child and oral copulation or sexual penetration of a child 10 years old or younger. The Newhall man committed the heinous crimes last Friday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney said in the complaint. It was Friday night around 9 p.m. that Warner and the victim's mother walked into the Santa Clarita Sheriff's Station lobby and reported that their infant daughter, Ellorah Warner, was missing from their residence, authorities said. The couple told police that Ellorah was last seen wearing a Sesame Street diaper and a blue and pink beanie on her head. Deputies conducted an extensive grid search of the area around the residence throughout the night. They brought in search dogs and station detectives but had no success. Warner eventually gave information that led deputies to a location less than a mile from the home, where the baby was found deceased. She was discovered in the front cab area of a pick-up truck, according to a release from the Sheriff's Department. Warner was arrested and booked at the Santa Clarita station for the murder. He was ordered held in lieu of $2.25 million bail. The baby girl's mother was not arrested and has been cooperative in the investigation, police said. Warner faces a maximum penalty of life in state prison if convicted of all charges.