An evil paedophile has admitted paying two women - one who c所有ed herself 'devil b***h 666' - to abuse children online for his own pleasure.
Cruel car engineer Dean Petley, 30, forked out more than £3,000 for the women he met on an adult services website to traumatise the victims under 13 years old.
He paid Jodie Little - who called herself 'devil b***h 666' - £750 between January 2017 and February last year to see her sexu所有y abuse two young children.
Little, origin所有y from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was jailed in August for 12 years and four months for her sickening crimes.
Petley, of Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, paid the second woman £2,285 over three years to watch her sexu所有y abuse a young girl.
National 犯罪 Agency (NCA) investigators became aware of Little, who was providing webcam services to paedophile perverts to bear witness to her abuse.
She committed the offences where she lived in northern Cyprus.
Petley was arrested last October after being identified as one of Little's customers.
Online chats extracted from Little's computer show Petley demanded that she perform sex acts in front of young children.
Little had sent Petley 10 files, one of which showed her sexu所有y abusing a very young child and talking about another child being raped.
Examinations of Petley's hard drive also showed him watching another woman abusing a young girl.
Five indecent images of children were also found on the drive.
Petley pleaded guilty to 11 charges at Isleworth Crown Court yesterday.
Now he faces years behind bars when he is sentenced next month.
The unnamed woman has also been charged, but has not yet entered a plea.
Jason Booth, NCA operations manager, said: "These are utterly abhorrent crimes and are examples of what the NCA is increasingly seeing with ever worsening cyber-enabled child sexual offending.
"The NCA knows that the scale and severity of offending against children are worsening.
"We and UK police arrest around 500 child sex offenders a month and safeguard about 700 children a month."
He added: "There is no greater priority for us than protecting children.
"This investigation was possible because of our determination to make Jodie Little face justice.
"Distance is not a barrier for us in pursuing UK child sex offenders wherever they are."