CHICAGO (CBS)–A registered sex offender from northwest suburban Elgin has been charged with multiple sex offenses after police said he exposed himself to four people under age 18 at a public pool on Monday and touched one person inappropriately.

Prosecutors in Kane County charged Jose T. Barboza-Lopez, with aggravated criminal sexual abuse, entering a public park as a sex offender, four counts of public indecency and two counts of battery.

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The charges stem from an incident the state’s attorney’s office says allegedly occurred at Wing Park Family Aquatic Center in Elgin Monday. Barboza-Lopez allegedly exposed himself to multiple people and touched someone with his exposed genitalia. One of the victims is under age 13, police said.

Barboza-Lopez was banned from public park areas after being convicted in 2016 of sexually exploiting a 14-year-old.

He is also on probation for a 2016 burglary in Kane County, the state’s attorney said.

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Elgin police were called to the pool around 5:45 p.m.

He appeared in court Tuesday, where a judge set bail at $50,000. His next court date is July 18.

His charges carry a maximum sentence of seven years in prison, the state’s attorney said.

The Illinois Sex Offender Registry lists his address as 720 Walnut Street.

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