Paedophile warned he faces jail after sex attacks on two girls
A man has been warned to expect a jail sentence after admitting a string of sex offences against two young girls.
Conner Christopher Taylor, 21, formerly of Maes Cynfor, Cemaes Bay but now living in Padstow Street, Miles Platting near Manchester, had been due to stand trial later this month.
But he appeared before a judge at Caernarfon Crown Court this morning before his barrister asked for some of the charges to be put to him again.
He pleaded guilty to three charges of rape, two charges of inciting a 10-year-old to engage in sexual activity and four charges of sexual assault.
Elen Owen, prosecuting, said in due course she would ask for the other charges he faced to lie on the file.
Ms Owen said: “The defendant’s legal team gave the prosecution prior notice of the intended pleas which are acceptable to the Crown.
“Police officers have spoken to the complainants who are also in agreement.”
The court heard all of the offences occurred during a two-week period in the summer of 2010 on Anglesey.
Maria Masselis, defending, asked the judge to adjourn sentence for the preparation of reports.
“He is under no illusion as to what will happen to him at that hearing.”
Judge Huw Rees told Taylor he would adjourn for reports to be prepared.
He told Taylor: “You have pleaded guilty to very serious offences and the sentence is bound to be one of imprisonment. But before sentence is passed I want to know more about you.”
Taylor was released on bail until the next hearing at Caernarfon Crown Court next month.