I have a huge phobia of cameras suddenly pointing toward me.
Please turn your attention from your phone to your kid.
The man slowly pointed the muzzle of the gun at me.
You know that 向く means "to face" or "to turn toward" - so, this is a different version of that. This is when someone turns or points something, but you aren't turning. That's why it means to turn (something) towards and to point.
In order to remember that this particular word means "to turn (something) towards," focus on the け. You have a bottle of ketchup in your hands and you're turning it toward your worst enemy to spray them. Picture yourself pointing the ketchup toward them.
The reading for this one is the same as 向く which you learned in a previous level. As long as you know that one you should be able to learn this one's reading as well.