A "predatory" Perth man who used a dating app to meet up with a 14-year-old boy, then sexually abused him before dropping him off at school has been jailed.
Jeffrey Lawrence Oreo, 50, pleaded guilty in the District Court of Western Australia to 11 charges related to child sexual abuse.
The court heard Oreo last year used the dating app Scruff to make contact with the boy, who listed his age on his profile as 20 but was 14.
Upon receiving a photo of the boy, Oreo questioned his age and the boy replied saying he was 16 and still attending school.
The pair met up at a public toilet block a week later and Oreo engaged in sexual activity with the boy, who was still wearing his school jumper and shirt.
The following week, they met in the morning and Oreo abused the boy in his car before dropping him off at school.
Oreo was arrested after the victim's mother found messages on his phone about meeting men for sex.
Police also found sexually explicit messages Oreo had sent to another 14-year-old boy, as well as an explicit photo of the boy he had sent to another man along with a message saying "I have a horny 14-year-old for you tomorrow".
Prosecutor Peter Phillips labelled the offending disturbing and predatory, saying Oreo had failed to grapple with the seriousness of his crimes.
On Friday, Judge Amanda Burrows sentenced Oreo to five-and-a-half years in prison.
He will be eligible for parole after serving half his sentence.