Andrew Janes, 29, put his penis on a young girl’s mouth while she slept and sent the image to what he believed was a 14 year old girl.
However, Janes, of Boundfield Road, Lewisham, south London, was speaking to a decoy called SGTI.
Croydon Crown Court heard that a decoy profile was set up by the SGTI group on RandoChat, an anonymous random chat app, in 2019.
The fake profile, which used a picture of a young girl, was contacted by Janes in April 2019. The profile gave a name to Janes and told him she was 14.
The court heard Janes messaged the girl daily and asked her to ‘masturbate’ and to call him ‘daddy.’
He also sent the horrific images to her which showed him sexually assaulting a young girl whilst she slept.
On July 17, 2019, the person running the decoy profile went to Janes’ home and confronted him about the messages. The meeting, which was recorded on Facebook Live, saw Janes use the excuse that he was “drunk”.
Police were called and Janes was arrested. When officers searched his phone, dozens of indecent images were found.
In three images, Janes’ penis was touching the girl’s mouth as she slept. In another photo, he had placed the girl’s hand on his penis while she was asleep.
In four photos, Janes’ penis was seen to be above or near the girl as she slept, while six images showed the girl naked standing in front of him.
In total, there were 15 indecent images on Janes’ phone of the girl.
Of all the images on his phone of a sexual nature the youngest girl was four years old.
Abigail Husbands, prosecuting, said: “This was a conversation with somebody called Mary who stated she was 58.
“During the chat the defendant sent nine images of [the girl] to this person.”
Shiraz Rustom, defending, told the court Janes’ behaviour had been “spiralling out of control” prior to his arrest.
“He knows he was out of control and he knows he has failed,” Mr Rustom said.
“Everything was going for him… and he has now failed.”
Mr Rustom added that Janes has lost his home.
“He needs help. He knows he needs help and he wants that help,” he said.
Her Honour Judge Elizabeth Lowe, who said Janes posed a “serious risk to members of the public”, jailed the paedophile for eight years and six months, with an extended license of five years.
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