A pervert who got a schoolgirl pregnant when she was underage will be sentenced next month.
Kyril John Lewis McClean, 27, claimed he had waited to have sex with the girl until her sixteenth birthday, but a jury convicted him of having sex with her on at least three occasions while she was still 15.
Philip Standfast, prosecuting, said police officially warned McClean to stay away from the girl while she was still 15.
McClean engaged in sexual activity with the girl in an alleyway next to a cinema, in a car parked in a garage and in a tent
McClean was also alleged to have raped a 13-year-old girl and to have had sexual activity with her in his Malton flat.
The younger girl alleged that he tied a rope to his flat door to prevent access.
But McClean denied in evidence at York Crown Court that he had tied the door or that the girl was screaming. He said he had been told she was 18.
The jury acquitted him of all charges involving the 13-year-old when they convicted him of the charges involving the 15-year-old girl.
Then Judge Andrew Stubbs QC told them McClean had admitted another offence.
“It involves him sending fairly horrendous abuse and threats made to his grandmother,” he said.
Sentence for the offences involving the 15-year-old girl and the grandmother was adjourned while probation officers assess how dangerous he is.
McClean was already on the sex offenders register before his latest convictions, having previously served a prison sentence for indecently exposing himself in public. He also had two other convictions for exposure
The court heard he also had a long criminal record littered with convictions for burglary, drug offences, battery, theft and criminal damage.
And he has four convictions for driving while disqualified.
In August 2013 he was given a 12-month prison sentence for arson and a year later was jailed for making explosives.
He was remanded in custody to be sentenced on April 12.
Flasher jailed for lewd act on bus
A serial flasher is back behind bars after exposing himself in front of a teenage girl on a bus – just weeks after being arrested for leading police on a white-knuckle car chase.
Kyril McClean, 24, was sat opposite the horrified teenager on a public-transport bus in Scarborough when he performed a lewd act.
The tawdry incident occurred on March 2 when McClean – who has two previous convictions for flashing – was on bail for serious driving offences committed a month earlier, York Crown Court heard.
On February 6, McClean took his grandmother’s Vauxhall Corsa without her consent, then sped through the streets of Scarborough with police in pursuit.
Knowing he was a banned driver and not properly insured to drive his gran’s car, she tried to pull him over, but he sped off down Briercliffe Avenue before bombing through a 20mph zone and overtaking a van and a bus, swerving so violently that the car ended up on a pavement on the other side of the road.
So dangerous was McClean’s driving that the officer abandoned the pursuit.
He was arrested later the same day but, almost laughably, denied he was behind the wheel.
The Corsa was recovered two weeks later in a lock-up near to where the car chase began.
McClean was charged with dangerous driving, driving while disqualified and taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.
He was bailed, but a month later he pulled the flashing stunt on a bus carrying three or four passengers, including a “shocked” college student sat opposite him.
McClean was re-arrested after officers identified him on the bus’s CCTV system. Again he made bizarre denials, this time claiming he had been at a “foreign drugs factory with drug barons”.
Mr Bosomworth said it was McClean’s third conviction for flashing, the first being in January 2011 when he exposed himself at the Brunswick shopping centre.
In March last year, he was given a four-month jail sentence and put on the sex-offenders’ register after exposing himself in front of a woman on a Scarborough-to-York train.
McClean, formerly of North Lane, Cayton, appeared for sentence on Tuesday after admitting indecent exposure on the bus and the driving matters.
Judge Neil Davey QC said the flashing victim was left highly-distressed and that McClean had posed a “substantial danger” to members of the public during the police chase.
He handed McClean a 14-month jail sentence and 19-month driving ban.
He also made a new two-year restraining order which prohibits McClean from harassing or intimidating his grandmother, or using or threatening violence against her.
Man jailed after flashing at woman on packed train
A man has been jailed for flashing at a woman sitting opposite him on a train.
Kyril McClean, 23 , exposed himself on the Scarborough-to-York train and performed a lewd act in front of the woman.
Other passengers reported him to a railway guard and McClean was arrested by British Transport Police when the train stopped at York.
He was charged with exposing himself, intending that another person saw him doing it, on a packed carriage.
McClean appeared at York Crown Court on Friday when he pleaded guilty.
Prosecutor Robert Gall ey said the i ncident happened on November 25 last year, shortly after the woman asked McClean if the train stopped at a certain station.
Mr Galley said McClean, of Boroughbridge Road, York, had a previous conviction for exposure in 2011.
In June last year he received a 27-month jail sentence for arson and making explosives.
The exposure incident occurred while McClean was on prison licence following his release from prison. As a result, he was recalled to prison to serve the full sentence for the arson offence.
Defence barrister Andrew Semple said McClean was a man with “a number of difficulties”.
Judge Stephen Ashurst gave McClean a new four-month prison sentence with immediate effect.
He also made a notification order under the Sex Offenders Act and was told he would have to serve the remainder of his previous prison sentence.