Photosensor Module

I’m trying to light up 3 LEDs in series by using a photosensor module that sends a positive charge when the light is low. I went an extra step and added a boost converter in between the sensor and LEDs because my input power is 3V and I need at least 9V to light up the LEDs bright. I wired everything the way shown in the schematic below. The LEDs turn on but barely, they’re only getting 3V, but the boost converter is putting out 9V. When I turn the switch on, it only outputs 6V but the LEDs only get 3V. I can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong, thanks in advance.

The photosensor is an analog sensor, intended for an Arduino input and not a switch.

It cannot conduct the current required by the boost module to function properly.

Where is the Arduino?

jremington:
The photosensor is an analog sensor, intended for an Arduino input and not a switch.

It cannot conduct the current required by the boost module to function properly.

I was not aware of that, thank you very much. I think this solves my issue.