CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Federal court records show the former coach of a Concord, N.H.-based soccer league will plead guilty in a child pornography case.

The file does not indicate the specific federal charge 28-year-old Jacob Silva of Manchester will admit to.

The former coach for the Express Soccer Club was charged with one count each of production of child pornography and sale of child pornography.

Court records say Silva used a female alias to persuade several of his teenage male soccer players to send him sexually explicit photographs of themselves.


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