DULUTH - Former little league coach Peter Olson, 47, of Duluth is facing four additional criminal sexual conduct charges.
An additional victim has also stepped forward in the case.
The two victims in the case were teenagers at the time, both who played for Lake Park Little League and were coached by Olson.
A new criminal complaint states Olson staged naked pictures of the new victim while at his cabin between 2005-2008.
The complaint also says one picture included a victim with a rope around his neck, and another with Olson and the victim laying naked on top of each other.
Authorities report the other victim was sexually assualted twice.
The most recent time being the summer of 2010 at the Duluth Salvation Army.
Olson was employeed there, but was let go November 2012 after an internal investigation.
The investigation lead to finding child pornography and pictures of the victims on Olson's work computer.
Olson was a long-time coach of Lake Park Little League, but resigned in June 2012.
Little League officials tell FOX 21, "We hope justice comes swiftly and fairly, and that this nightmare ends soon."
The Salvation Army is refering all statements to a letter they posted on their website.
Olson now has a total of eight charges against him.
They include two counts first degree criminal sexual conduct, pictoral representation of minors, use of a minor in a sexual performance, first degree criminal sexual conduct with a person under 13, second degree criminal sexual conduct with a person under 13, possessing pornography on work computer, and use of minors in a sexual performance/pornography.
Olson continues remains in the St. Louis County jail.
The St. Louis County attorney and Olson's attourney refused to comment.
Olson will appear in court again Sept. 6.