A CHILD rapist jailed In 2010 for a lengthy series of sex attacks has admitted abusing two more girls.

Neil Wells was given an indeterminate sentence with a tariff of nine-and-a-half years after he was convicted of abusing nine young girls.

The 53-year-old was due to apply for parole later this year after he has served the minimum period before he could be considered for release.

But now the former DJ who ran an open house for youngsters to drink, smoke and watch pornography, has admitted sex offences against another two young girls.

And the new convictions mean he is unlikely to be released in the near future and could result in him serving many more years behind bars.

Wells, formerly of Newton Way, Penhill, Swindon, and Rudman Park, Chippenham, appeared at Swindon Crown Court by videolink from the Isle of Wight, where he is serving his sentence.

During the brief hearing he pleaded guilty to two counts of gross indecency with a child and two of indecent assault, one of each being a multi-incident charge.

Three of the counts related to him repeatedly sexually abusing one girl when she was about 12 years old and the other to a girl when she was under the age of 14.

All of the latest offences took place in Swindon between September 1998 and Boxing Day 2001.

Chris Smyth, defending, told the court his client had been preparing his application to be submitted to the parole board later in the year.

The new matters arose out of the same circumstances as the earlier offences, he said, which he had contested at a month-long trial only to be found guilty.

Judge Robert Pawson adjourned the case to Thursday, May 10, and remanded Wells in custody until then.

In February 2010 Wells was found guilty of 41 sexual offences against nine underage girls, some as young as 11.

He was convicted of 10 counts of rape, 25 of indecent assault, three sexual assault of a child, and three counts of taking indecent images of children.

His campaign of abuse spanned 12 years from 1995 to 2007, with the majority of his victims from Swindon.

Passing sentence Judge Douglas Field said the offender had used young girls to ‘satisfy his deprived sexual appetite’ and posed a ‘significant risk to the public'.

Referring to one of the victims he said ‘you took away her innocence’, adding ‘you used her as a sexual object’.

Wells befriended young girls, allowing them to smoke, drink alcohol and watch pornographic films at his home to get them interested.

After he was jailed eight years ago one of his victims said “I still think there may be other abused girls who still haven’t come forward, but I hope they do.”