A McKean County jury has convicted a man on 84 counts for sending sexually explicit materials to a minor and possession of child pornography in two cases following a two-day trial Tuesday and Wednesday, according to the district attorney.

Aaron Davis, formerly of Bradford and Port Allegany, was also acquitted of eight counts in a third case.

In one case, Davis is accused of sending sexually provocative messages to what he thought was a 13- or 14-year-old after asking an adult for the child's phone number. He was charged after police assumed the identity of a child, and he sent inappropriate photos and a video of himself to the officers.

Police started another investigation into Davis after a Fretz student notified a school resource officer over Davis' contact with younger students. They discovered a 12-year-old girl received more than 25 inappropriate images and videos from Davis over Snapchat. He reportedly offered the child a cell phone in exchange for sending pictures to Davis.

Investigators also found several photos of a 15-year-old girl who was not wearing clothes on his phone.

Davis is currently serving a sentence of 20 to 40 months in prison for failing to comply with sex offender registration requirements.