The court was told Magee, a motor vehicle spare parts "translator", had been the holder of a blue card - a Queensland Government run prevention and monitoring system for people working with children and young people - at the time of his arrest.Mr Kent said Magee had been involved in training army cadets, but had ceased since being charged by police.
Neville Ross Mader - Pleaded guilty in 2008, to 2 counts of procuring a 15-year-old boy to engage in sexual behaviour/ 1 count of sexual penetration.. In 2013 Mader was charged with 11 offences including aggravated sexual assault, aggravated indecent assault, sexual penetration of a juvenile male and sexual penetration without consent.
"Perth man Neville Ross Mader could face more child abuse charges" () A Perth man facing child abuse charges against two boys could face further charges from a third alleged victim.
A jury on Tuesday found Macfie guilty of 42 out of 52 charges.
Sitting in the dock at the back of the court yesterday, Macfie remained unmoved when Judge Ross Howie delivered his sentence.
The court was told Magee made full admissions to police when he was arrested and his computer seized.
Mr van der Walt said his client made "extensive admissions" to police, including the "enormous amount of adult pornography" that Magee had downloaded. (the child pornography) was on the computer," he said.
Judge Howie summarised Macfies offending, telling the court he had preyed upon needy and vulnerable girls, and used a fictitious and bizarre story about becoming members of a secret mafia to trick them into performing sexual acts with him.
He said Macfie had bribed the girls with promises of money and gifts including i Phones, cigarettes, fake identification, drugs and alcohol.
Judge Howie said Macfie welcomed new girls with hugs, kisses and packages of goods, and persuaded two girls to stay overnight in his home.
The court heard the six-week ordeal ended on May 18 last year when a school principal contacted police after making enquiries about the girls absences.
Prior sex offences against girls as young as 12 yrs.