WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) -- A man who took jobs that involved working with children, including camp counselor, lifeguard and ice cream truck driver, was charged with more than 100 sex offenses.
An indictment Tuesday alleged David Ohnmacht, 22, committed rape, sodomy and other offenses against girls ranging from toddlers to teenagers, said Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro.
Ohnmacht allegedly lured the girls with offers of rides, money, jewelry and candy and molested some of them in his ice cream truck, Pirro said.
Ohnmacht's attorney, Andrew Rubin, said he had not seen the indictment and could not comment. His client is to be arraigned next week.
The charges included "some of the most outrageous crimes and acts that I have seen in the 27 years I've been in this business," Pirro said.
She said more than 1,000 photos of naked children, some engaged in sex acts, were found on Ohnmacht's computer in the house he shared with his parents and sisters in Katonah, about 60 miles north of New York City.
Ohnmacht allegedly met some of the girls through his jobs, which also included birthday party DJ and children's theater worker. After befriending girls he would contact them, sometimes late at night, by phone or the Internet, Pirro said.
She said she believes there are other victims who have yet to come forward.
The indictment charges Ohnmacht with one charge each of first-degree rape and first-degree sodomy, each punishable by up to 25 years in prison, and 112 other counts including attempted rape and sodomy, sex abuse and both promoting and possessing a child's sexual performance.
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