He could not release details of the children’s identities due to them being minors and the victims of a crime, but Burnham did note there are three victims under the age of 15 so far that have been identified.
Upon further investigation, officers have connected him to 15 other women, although most did not engage in sexual behaviour.
Eastwood is suspected of 16 charges, including causing a person to engage in a sexual act without consent and improper use of electronic communications to cause anxiety.
WHEN convicted seven years ago for organising prostitution, former RUC reservist Peter Mc Cormick had claimed he was no longer involved in the sex industry and was instead running a bed-and-breakfast business.
The married father of three, who had an address at Lawnswood Grove in Stillorgan, Dublin, but was originally from Larne, Co Antrim, had been previously prosecuted under 'Operation Gladiator', a wide-ranging garda investigation into prostitution in Dublin.
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But his new life as a B&B operator did not last and when gardai set up a new operation, codenamed 'Quest', he came under the spotlight again.
By then, Mc Cormick had moved to Chester in England and had been heavily involved in a very lucrative internet service which carried advertisements for prostitutes throughout Ireland.
One victim told police she spoke to a man with an Irish accent who called himself Matthew and held a Skype "interview" last year, the detective constable said.
The encounter began with the woman posing fully clothed, then in underwear and then naked, subsequently leading to her carrying out a sex act, the detective said.
Police identified the internet provider used by the person calling himself Matthew and linked it to the accused's address.