Amanda Anderson, his mother, said, "It doesn't even fit our lifestyle; it doesn't fit how we raised our kids." Anderson revealed that his parents always told him not to have sex before marriage.The girl, who remains unnamed, and her mother appeared in court to protest Anderson's inclusion on the sex offender registry.

Zach Anderson, 19, was an ordinary teenager who was into computers and dreamed of building a career around his passion for electronics.

Now his future is in jeopardy because he was placed on the sex offender registry after a dating app hookup, according to CNN.

The ordeal began, according to Anderson and his family, when he went on the dating app Hot or Not. The girl told Anderson she was 17, but, as it turns out, she was actually 14.

Anderson was at his home in Elkhart, Ind., when he met a girl in nearby southern Michigan. Thus, when Anderson has sex with her, he committed a crime.

I want to be in trouble and not you," according to CBS' Memphis affiliate WREG.

However, current sex offender laws disregard the fact that the girl lied about her age, and that the sex was was consensual.Judge Dennis Wiley, who sentenced Anderson, was upset that he had used the Internet to meet a girl. There is no excuse for this whatsoever." William Buhl, a former judge in a nearby town, believes the sex offender registry needs to be changed since it currently acts as a "one-size-fits-all" list that treats all offenders as if they pose the same threat.Anderson was convicted and given a 90-day jail sentence, five years probation and placed on both Indiana and Michigan's sex offender registry for the next 25 years. Under court order, he can no longer access the Internet, go to a mall or loiter near a school or playground, according to Hit News Now.His parents say Anderson is even restricted from living at home because he has a 15-year-old brother.All of this, his parents believe, is a colossal mistake."It's a blatant lie," said his father, Lester Anderson.