A former Prince George’s County elementary school aide is already facing a host of state and federal charges related to child sex abuse, but even more charges could be on the way.
Officials previously said Carraway made videos of children having sex with him and each other.
Prince George’s County police have said there are at least 17 victims.
Federal prosecutors have charged Carraway with making sexually explicit videos of 11 children ranging in age from 9 to 12. He could spend the rest of his life in prison if convicted on those charges.
The cases have led to lawsuits by parents, who say the school’s principal was warned about Carraway’s conduct and did nothing.