A PERVERT released early from a five-year prison sentence for inciting an underage girl to carry out sex acts on herself while he watched on a webcam, is facing another jail term after contacting another young girl on the internet.

Nathan Woods was given the sentence in December 2014.

But a year after the 34-year-old was released, he was discovered breaching a sexual offences prevention order imposed to protect other youngsters.

He contacted a 14-year-old girl online and by telephone between the end of August and October this year.

Woods, of Kingsdown Avenue, appeared in the dock at Swindon Crown Court and pleaded guilty to breaching the order.

Richard Williams, defending, said his client was freed on early release in June last year having served half of the sentence.

He said Woods had since been recalled to complete the sentence but asked for a pre-sentence report on him to be prepared by the probation service.

Judge Jason Taylor QC adjourned the case and remanded him in custody until then.

Woods was living at Seagry Court, Penhill, when he was jailed and made subject to the restrictions nearly four years ago.

He had pretended to be a 16-year-old schoolboy from Swindon to fool a 14-year-old girl in Essex.

He persuaded her to carry out a series of sex acts on herself in front of her computer while he watched online.

When questioned later by investigators, he at first insisted he had not known her age when he was in contact with her.

But emails from the victim’s mother showed she had told him exactly how old her daughter was.

But at the very last minute, before a jury could be sworn in on the morning of his trial Woods pleaded guilty to a multi-incident count of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

He admitted that on at least 11 occasions he got the child to carry out the sex acts on herself during the year up to October 1, 2012.

At an earlier hearing he had pleaded guilty to four charges of possessing indecent images of a child, relating to pictures she had sent him.

He denied four more counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and one of causing her to watch him carrying out a sex act on himself.

Those charges were left to lie on the file.

When he was spoken to by the probation service, after eventually admitting what he had done, he showed a lack of insight, the court was told.

The judge who carried out the sentencing in 2014 pointed out that not only did Woods think the young victim had entered into the activity willingly, he did not believe the disparity in their ages was significant.