Pinchbeck man faces jail after admitting sex offences against girl (15)
A former teaching assistant was today (Wednesday) warned he faces an "inevitable" jail sentence after admitting sex offences against a 15-year-old girl.
Martin Moon (32), of Bridgewater Lane, Pinchbeck, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Crown Court to two charges of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity together with charges of causing or inciting sexual exploitation of a child and causing a child to watch a sexual act.
The charges involve a 15-year-old girl and relate to the period between May 12 and July 28, 2017.
Moon also admitted three charges of making a total of 386 indecent photographs of children.
The court heard that at the time Moon was under a sexual offences prevention order imposed at Lincoln Crown Court in January 2011 when he was jailed for 30 months for sexual activity with a different 15-year-old girl.
Judge Simon Hirst adjourned sentence until June 8 for a report detailing the level of dangerousness posed by Moon.
The judge granted Moon conditional bail, telling him: "I will readmit you to bail notwithstanding the fact that custody is inevitable."