A few days ago I accidentally committed a directory of generated
images, so I removed them (git rm) and committed again. I then added
the directory to .gitignore, and pushed to the remote repository. When
I did so, it uploaded all of the image files, and proceeds to do so
every time I push, even though none of them are in the commit (git
status shows only the other files I change).

Do I need to take the directory out of the .gitignore and remove it
from a commit again? Is there something else I potentially did wrong?

The other person working on the project does not get the files when
pulling, so it appears to be something I did locally.
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