"These are very serious sexual offences. There was an element of grooming."
Abdul Khalid, aged 27, of Longsight, Manchester was jailed for 32 months after he sent explicit Facebook messages to young girls, detailing what he wanted to do.
His sentence on October 2, 2019, was an addition to a three-year jail term he had already been serving since February 2017, for similar offending of two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity.
The offences for which he appeared in court again only came to light after that sentencing.
They were discovered while police were examining his mobile phones during a separate investigation. This led to him being sentenced for conspiracy to commit fraud.
Manchester Crown Court heard that Khalid told young schoolgirls on Facebook that he wanted to rape them and get them pregnant. One of the victims was 12.
Khalid had told the 12-year-old that he wanted “to do you and your friends”.
He had told a 15-year-old girl that he could not wait to meet with her and have sex with her.
Khalid spoke to another girl and told her that he wanted to meet her in a park in Stretford and that he wanted to “touch her all over”.
Investigators had recovered chat logs from Facebook which detailed the vile conversations he had with some of the girls.
Khalid explicitly told the girl that he wanted to get her pregnant and also said he was going to “rape” her.
He told another girl he wanted to make her pregnant and sent explicit Facebook messages.
Prosecutors explained to the court that Khalid had told another girl that he wanted to have sex with her while she was wearing her school uniform.
It was revealed that he never actually met with any of the girls.
Police officers were able to trace the messages to Khalid’s phone, however, when they seized it, Khalid refused to tell them the password. He told them: “I will let you hack into it.”
Khalid pleaded guilty to four counts of attempting to incite a child into sexual activity, and one count of inciting a child into sexual activity.
Khalid had only been charged with one completed incitement offence as the authorities were only able to trace the 12-year-old girl.
Judge David Stockdale QC told Khalid: “These are very serious sexual offences. There was an element of grooming.
“They are cynical, exploitative offences. You exploited naive, young girls.
“This was corruption of young girls for your own sexual gratification.”
“Your acts were entirely selfish. You had little regard for their welfare.”
The court heard that Khalid had 15 previous convictions, including for drugs and motoring offences.
Manchester Evening News reported that Abdul Khalid received a 32-month prison sentence on top of the three-year sentence he is already serving.