A Chicago man is accused of being the leader of an Islamic State online propaganda wing in a criminal complaint unsealed Friday. The Chicago Tribune reports Ashraf Al Safoo is accused of being the leader of the Khattab Media Foundation, an internet organization that reportedly swore “allegiance” to the terror group. The foundation allegedly used “a network of Twitter accounts and profiles on YouTube and other social media channels” to praise ISIS attacks, celebrate mass shootings in the U.S., and encourage others to conduct terror attacks. The group also allegedly operated like a “well-oiled public relations firm” with editors, writers, tech and audiovisual specialists. Al Safoo reportedly told U.S. Magistrate Judge David Weisman that he worked at an “information technology company” and held a masters degree in “computer science.” He faces one count of “conspiracy to provide support to a terrorist organization,” which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison. Al Safoo’s detention hearing is scheduled for next week.