Michael Socciarelli, who was found guilty of first-degree rape back in February, will serve 2-4 years for possessing digital images of a child performing a sex act. The sentence will be served concurrent to his pending rape sentence scheduled for April 25.

CANANDAIGUA — You can add two more charges to the list for a convicted sex offender who's awaiting sentencing on a more serious rape charge.

In court on Thursday, Michael Socciarelli, 34, pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree possession of sexual performance by a child and was sentenced to two to four years to be served concurrently with his other pending charges.

In February, Socciarelli was found guilty of first-degree rape, first-degree criminal sex act, third-degree rape, third-degree criminal sexual act, and first-degree sexual abuse. The Hopewell resident was found not guilty of first-degree criminal sexual act and third-degree criminal sexual act. He is scheduled to be sentenced on those charges on April 25.

Ontario County Court Judge Frederick Reed sentenced Socciarelli, First Assistant District Attorney Jason MacBride prosecuted the case, and Carrie Bleakley was the defense attorney.

During colloquy Socciarelli admitted to possessing an LG cell phone that had two images of a child under the age of 16 performing a sexual act.

Additionally, Socciarelli will register as a sex offender and pay $1,425 in court fees.