UPDATE: 15 new child sex charges for convicted abuser Gordon Stuckless
Toronto Police have laid 15 new charges against the man at the centre of the decades-old Maple Leaf Gardens sex scandal.
5 men have come forward with fresh accusations against the 64-year old, which are linked to alleged incidents that date from the early 1960's to the early 1970's.
Authorities say the alleged victims were between 9 and 13 years old at the time.
Stuckless faces 9 counts of Indecent Assault on a Male, 5 counts of Gross Indecency, and one charge of Buggery.
More charges are being investigated by York Regional Police.
Detectives believe there may be more victims.
Stuckless was charged last month with six counts of indecent assault on a man, assault and possession of a weapon or imitation after two men came forward with allegations that they were assaulted in the late 70's.
He was supposed to make a court appearance on Friday morning in connection to those new charges but police have rearrested him in light of the new allegations.
In 1997, Stuckless was convicted for the sex assault of 24 boys. Those convictions stem back to the days when he was an equipment manager at Maple Leaf Gardens between 1969 and 1988.
He was let out of jail in 2001, two-thirds of the way into a 5-year sentence.