LOS ANGELES – Self-described pedophile Jack McClellan was told Friday to continue staying away from children by a judge who reissued a restraining order against him.
Superior Court Judge Melvin Sandvig revised his original order issued earlier this month that directed McClellan to stay at least 30 feet away from every person under age 18 in California for a three-year period.
The new order given Friday requires him to stay at least 10 yards from places where children congregate, including schools, playground and child care centers.
McClellan was mobbed by reporters as walked to his car after the hearing.
"I don't know what I'm going to do now," he said.
McClellan, 45, has been unemployed and living out of his car since arriving in Southern California this summer from Washington.
McClellan maintained a Web site in Washington where he posted photos of children he had taken in public places.
He also discussed how he liked to stake out parks, public libraries, fast-food restaurants and other areas where little girls, or "LGs," congregated.
His server took his Web site down more than a month ago.
McClellan has maintained that he launched the site as a form of therapy and wouldn't do anything illegal.