A former York University football coach is facing additional child luring charges and police believe there may be more victims.
Toronto police allege the accused engaged in online and text chats with three teenage boys between January 2011 and February 2013.
Two of the victims sent images of themselves to the accused using their cellphones, police said.
The accused allegedly sexually assaulted two of the boys on the university campus and met the third victim at an all-star football game in Texas.
Daniel Younis, 24, the former recruiting co-ordinator and running back coach for the York University Lions, was arrested again on Monday.
Younis was charged with three counts of luring a child, two counts of attempting to make child pornography and three counts of sexual exploitation.
Younis appeared in court on Monday.
He was first arrested in February and charged with luring a child under 18 and attempting to make child pornography.