Newcastle Crown Court was told that, after more than a month of chatting over the internet, Holland arranged to meet the teenager at a shop near St James’ Park, in Newcastle city centre.
However, members of WASP contacted fellow paedophile hunters, Geordie Chasers, who confronted him and subsequently called the police.
Passing sentence, Judge Penny Moreland said: ‘You repeatedly suggested meeting [the girl]. You called her, on one occasion, during a school day.
‘On April 15, you sent her a picture of your penis. You asked her for pictures of herself – I’m quite sure you meant sexual pictures.
‘You sent her video of yourself [performing a sex act] and then you sent another photograph a week or so later.
‘The plan was to meet in Newcastle on April 28. You turned up for the meeting and you were apprehended by those who posed as a 13-year-old girl in order to apprehend people like you who engage in sexual conversations with girls under 16.’
The court heard that a member of WASP created a decoy profile of a 13-year-old girl on Tagged on March 13 this year and she was soon contacted by Holland.
Despite being immediately told her age, he continued the conversation and asked to move on to WhatsApp,
Holland soon suggested meeting up with the teenager and began sending the sexually explicit pictures and video and asking the girl to send him the same of herself.
He later changed the meeting point to a nearby coach park, which was where he was confronted by Geordie Chasers.
Rachel Master, prosecuting, said: ‘On April 15 at 1.17am, the defendant sent a message to [the girl] saying he was horny. [The girl] asked what he meant.
‘At 1.30am, he sent her a picture of his penis.’
Holland was also told to sign the Sex Offenders’ Register for ten years and was made subject of a Sexual Harm Prevention Order for the same period of time.