The former elementary school volunteer accused of producing child pornography involving students as young as 9 has been indicted on two additional sex charges by a federal grand jury.

Deonte Carraway, 23, of Glenarden, now faces a total of 15 federal counts of sexual exploitation of a minor to produce child pornography.

The additional charges that a federal grand jury handed up Monday involve an additional child and video known to county investigators and does not increase the number of known victims in the case.

The federal charges are separate from local charges that Carraway faces in Prince George’s County, where a local grand jury indicted him on 270 counts of sex crimes and child pornography involving 23 children as young as 9 years old.

Deonte Carraway is accused by both local and federal officials of sex crimes and child pornography. (Prince George’s County Police Department via AP)

Police and prosecutors say Carraway handed out cellphones to children and communicated with them through an anonymous social media app to solicit videos and photos of boys and girls performing sexual acts at an elementary school, children’s homes, a church and a local recreation center.

Carraway is scheduled for trial in federal court on March 14.