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Jeffery Amos will return to court on June 3 for a sentencing hearing. (CBC)

A Moncton man has pleaded guilty to one count of possession of child pornography and five counts of voyeurism in connection with an unlicensed residential daycare in the city's north end.

Jeffery Adam Amos, 32, who is married to the owner of the daycare, entered the pleas in Moncton provincial court on Thursday.

The charges involve five victims, the courtroom heard.

The Crown is expected to withdraw the other five charges against Amos, which include making child pornography, possession of child pornography and voyeurism.

The case was adjourned until June 3, where the Crown said it expects to submit victim impact statements from as many as five families.

Due to the age of the alleged victims, the victim impact statements will have to be prepared by the parents.

The defence also wants to present a pre-sentencing report at that time.

Amos remains in custody.

He was arrested by members of the RCMP’s Integrated Child Exploitation Unit in February, following a complaint in October.

At that time, police seized computers and data storage equipment.

The alleged incidents dated back to February of last year, Const. Damien Thériault has said.

Two alleged victims were initially identified, but police were going through computers and data equipment seized from Amos's home, trying to identify more, Thériault had said.

The case has been delayed several times to allow police time to go through the three terabytes — or 3.3 trillion bytes — of computer data.