A notorious child sex offender looks set for a third gaol term.
Former Burnie Archdeacon Louis Daniels will be sentenced late next month after more victims came forward with historical allegations.
Before the Supreme Court in Hobart on Monday, the 75-year-old predator pleaded guilty to two counts of persistent sexual abuse of a child in the 70s and 80s.
The crimes occurred at Church of England Boys Society camps at Coningham, Glenorchy, Berriedale, Meander and Dover.
Daniels, who was extradited from Canberra last year, was remanded in custody following the hearing.