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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -

A Columbus music producer was back in court Friday on more charges of sexual misconduct. The man is accused of using his profession to take advantage of minors.

Stevie Porter, 40, was recently charged with several counts of child molestation after police said he secretly videotaped and took pictures of minors performing sexual acts at his home.

Shortly after the story made headlines, detectives said a mother reported her 16-year-old son had several interactions with Porter over a two year period.

Lead detective Valarie Holder testified the teen told police while at Porter's Forrest Road home in Columbus, Porter would offer him alcohol, marijuana, and show him pornography.

Some of the additional charges include child molestation, sexual exploitation, possession of marijuana, and continued delinquency of minors.

An additional amount of more than $20,000 was added to Porter's bond. 

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