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He had also built up a good relationship with a probation officer and he had not committed sexual offences since 2012.
In a victim statement read by prosecutor Andrew Bailey, the woman said: 'I often feel sick to the stomach that I allowed that to happen but did not tell anyone.'She also had 'strong feelings of being worthless and used and abused'.You were much bigger and stronger than [her].'The girl had pleaded with Pickering not to abuse her 'on a number of occasions'.The judge said he was satisfied Pickering had a sexual interest in teenage girls.Under the order, in addition to the sex offender register requirements, he cannot contact, stay or live in the same house as a boy under 16 and has restrictions on how he uses electronic devices so police can monitor his use of the internet.Carter said that he had voluntarily allowed police access to his electronic devices while subject to the sex offenders' register.The victim added that she had turned to drink, self-harmed and needed medication to sleep.
She said: 'I feel that I'm broken and can't be fixed.
YORK magistrates have increased controls on a sex offender more than five years after his last sexual conviction.
Emma Richards, for North Yorkshire Police, told them officers had received information that made them fear that Paul Colin Carter, 60, may be a risk to young boys in future.
Ms Richards said Carter had been convicted at Cardiff Crown Court in 1993 of indecent assaults at a school for children with behavioural problems.
After he was convicted in May 2012 of having indecent pictures of children he was put on the sex offenders' register for five years.
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