South Yorkshire men admit child sex offences

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Two men charged with sex offences against youngsters have admitted abusing boys they groomed online.

Anthony Marsh of Menson Drive, Hatfield, and Lee Davis of Rowena Road, Conisbrough, admitted conspiracy to commit sexual activity with children.

The charges involved 10 victims, four of whom were abused by both men.

Marsh, 53, also known as Tony Taylor and Tony Smith and Davis, 39, also known as James Parkin, will be sentenced at a future date.

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