A Moncton teacher, already charged with four sex-related offences, is now facing two more charges after a new alleged victim came forward.
William MacGillivray, 41, of Harrison Trimble High School, was arrested over the weekend and appeared in Moncton provincial court on Monday.
He was charged with sexual exploitation, dating back to 2010-2011, and breaching a court undertaking by not reporting a change of address to police.
No information about the latest alleged victim was disclosed.
MacGillivary was previously charged with child luring, sexual exploitation, sexual assault and obstruction involving a girl under the age of 18.
Those offences are alleged to have occurred between March and November while MacGillivray was in a position of trust.
MacGillivray, who is also a drama instructor at the school, has been remanded in custody once again and will return to court on Friday for a bail hearing.
He had been released from custody on Dec. 20 on several conditions, including that he not be alone with girls under the age of 18 unless with an adult, not have any contact with the initial complainant or her family, and not possess a device to access the Internet unless it's at work.
MacGillivray was also ordered to report weekly to police and submit to searches by police without a warrant.
Preliminary hearings set for Kenneth Gunn
Meanwhile, Kenneth Gunn, another Harrison Trimble teacher facing sex-related charges, has elected to be tried by the Court of Queen's Bench.
Gunn, 39, of Riverview, was not present in provincial court on Monday. His lawyer made the election on his behalf.
Gunn, who is also a tutor at the school, is charged with possession of child pornography, sexual exploitation and sexual assault.
The charges against Gunn allegedly involve two girls under the age of 18 while Gunn was in a position of trust between Sept. 1, 2011 and Nov. 7, 2013.
Police have not said whether the alleged victims were students at Harrison Trimble.
A preliminary inquiry will be held on two of the charges on June 19 at 1:30 p.m., while the preliminary inquiry on the third charge will be held on June 30 at 9:30 a.m.
A preliminary inquiry determines if there is enough evidence to proceed to a trial.
Gunn remains in the community on condition that he's not to be alone, or in a position of trust, with anyone under the age of 18.
He is also under an order not to use or possess anything that connects to the internet, such as computers or smartphones.
Gunn was arrested on Nov. 14 after an RCMP investigation, which began following a complaint.