Copying JPGs from HTTP to page folder

I am trying to migrate posts from a Wordpress database to Kirby pages.

I use some “spaghetti” code which saves locally a page for each WP post:

Post-id: 4163
Post-name: lorem-ipsum    
Post-title: Lorem Ipsum    

<img class="alignnone size-large wp-image-3591" title="Lorem Ipsum" src="" alt="" width="710" height="462" />

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I would like to extract each image from Post-Content and have it saved into each Kirby page folder. How can I do it? The following is the code I am using to do the rest.

<?php $wp_term_relationships = db::select('wp_term_relationships', '*'); ?>
<?php $wp_terms = db::select('wp_terms', '*'); ?>
<?php $wp_posts = db::select('wp_posts', '*'); ?>

<?php foreach($wp_term_relationships as $each): ?>
	<?php if ($post = $wp_posts->filterBy('ID', $each->object_id())->first()): ?>
		<?php $term_name = $wp_terms->filterBy('term_id', $each->term_taxonomy_id())->first()    ; ?>
		$value = $post->post_content();
		$pattern = '/http.*jpg/';
		preg_match($pattern, $value, $matches);
		<?php foreach ($matches as $match): ?>
			<?php echo $match ?>
		<?php endforeach ?>
		<?php try {
			$newPage = $page->children()->create($post->post_name(), 'project', array(
				'object_id'     => $each->object_id(),
				'post_name' 	 => $post->post_name(),
				'guid'      	 => $post->guid(),
				'post_title'    => $post->post_title(),
				'post_content'  => $post->post_content(),
				'tag'      		 => $term_name->name(),
			echo 'The page has been created';
		catch(Exception $e) {
			echo 'The page could not be created';
		} ?>
	<?php endif ?>
<?php endforeach ?>

If your RegEx to get the images already works, you can use the following code to download the image to the page:

file_put_contents($newPage->root() . DS . basename($match), fopen($match, 'r'));

This will download the images and place them into your page folders. Please note that you need to change the order in the code: First create the page object and then download the images from the old site.