CHOCTAW, Oklahoma - Choctaw police said a Midwest City man convinced two girls he met online to send him lewd pictures and meet him for sex.

Police were called to a house in Choctaw on March 17 after two girls, ages 12 and 13, sneaked out. The officer found the girls near the home. They said the man they had met online and gone to meet was across the street.

The officer found 21-year-old Michael Sarosy. The girls told the officer Sarosy had convinced them to send him naked pictures of themselves. They said Sarosy then sent them half-naked photos of himself, along with nude photos of other females. The girls said he then offered them beer and cigarettes if they would meet him for sex.

According to the police report, when the officer questioned Sarosy he said, "It is what it is," and admitted he'd offered alcohol and cigarettes if the girls would have sex with him. He then signed a consent form to let the officer search his cell phone. The officer found the texts between Sarosy and the girls, but Sarosy said he had deleted nude photos of them. The officer also found several nude pictures of other females, but he could not determine their ages.

The officer arrested Sarosy.

The next day, police went to Sarosy's home and seized two laptops and three hard drives. Police said they found other possible victims of child pornography.

Sarosy could be charged with several counts, including lewd or indecent proposals to a child under the age of 16.