A PAEDOPHILE sexually assaulted a teenager after getting her to pose for naked photos.
And after the shocked 17-year-old girl reported Glyn Davies of Livingston, to police, a raid on his home uncovered hardcore child porn on his computer equipment.
Davies (50), of 50 Herd Green, Knightsridge, pleaded guilty to inciting a girl under 18 to become involved in pornography, indecently assaulting her, and making and possessing indecent photos of children.
At the High Court in Edinburgh, judge Lord Brailsford heard that Davies has already served a four-month sentence for indecency with a child in Northern Ireland.
He now faces jail again next month after background reports have been prepared.
Advocate depute David Young, prosecuting, told how the 17-year-old had wanted to become a model for years and posted her name on a website for would-be models.
On January 6, Davies sent her an e-mail claiming to be an agent and offering a free test photo shoot.
He was fully aware of her age, said Mr Young.
Two days later he visited her home in Livingston and they went to her bedroom.
The court heard that the teenager began posing, fully clothed, but took off her bra when she changed into a black top and short skirt.
Davies asked her to show her bum and breasts and “she willingly complied with the requests,” said Mr Young.
She also agreed to put on sexy underwear and let him take nude shots as she posed on the bed.
But when Davies touched her private parts, she grabbed her dressing gown and fled from the room, telling him she had had enough.
The next day police visited Davies’ home and seized computer equipment which was found to have a total of 2657 paedophilic images and 382 movie clips on it.
Lord Brailsford was told some fell into the worst category of child porn.
There were also records of internet searches for software which would allow Davies to wipe all trace of the pictures from his computer.
Davies has been remanded in custody.