Prosecutors say a rabbi is accused of secretly videotaping more than 150 nude women at a Jewish ritual bath, the first specifics they have given on the scope of the man's filming.

Those details were divulged at a meeting with victims Wednesday night at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Washington, according to three people who attended the meeting. The meeting was closed to the press.

Two spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to publicly discuss the closed-door meeting.

A third is a victim of the sex crime and is not being identified by The Associated Press.

When prosecutors charged Barry Freundel with voyeurism late last year, they based the accusations on recordings of six women but indicated more women had been filmed.