- Abdul Khalid from Manchester told girl, 12, he wanted 'to do you and your friend'
- Khalid told another he wanted to meet in a Stretford park and 'touch her all over'
- Khalid told the girl on Facebook he was going to 'rape' her and get her pregnant
- He was serving three years for two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity
- Khalid was jailed for extra 32 months at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday
A convicted paedophile faces a further two-and-a-half years in prison after telling schoolgirls he was going to rape them and get them pregnant.
Abdul Khalid, 27, from Manchester, told a 12-year-old he wanted 'to do you and your friends', as well as begging a 15-year-old for sex.
Khalid spoke with another girl about how he wanted to meet her in a park in Stretford, and how he would 'touch her all over'.
Khalid told the girl in Facebook messages that he was going to 'rape' her and get her pregnant, Manchester's Minshull Street Crown Court heard.
Prosecutors said he told another girl he wanted to have sex with her while she wore her school uniform.
Police seized his phone, but Khalid refused to tell them the password, adding: 'I will let you hack into it.'
Khalid was already serving a three-year jail term imposed in February 2017, for similar offending of two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity.
The offences for which he has now appeared in court only came to light after that sentencing, which was passed at Minshull Street Crown Court.
They were uncovered while police were examining his phones during a separate investigation, which led to him being sentenced for conspiracy to commit fraud.
Now Khalid has pleaded guilty to four counts of attempting to incite a child into sexual activity, and one count of inciting a child into sexual activity.
He was only charged with one completed offence of incitement as the authorities were only able to trace the 12-year-old girl.
Khalid was jailed for an additional 32 months at Manchester Crown Court on Wednesday.
The criminal has 15 previous convictions, including for drugs and motoring offences.
Sentencing, Judge David Stockdale QC said: '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.'