An alleged paedophile is set to face trial next month accused with indecently dealing with two children over two years. The 45-year-old man, who cannot be named to protect the identities of his alleged victims, has been accused of five counts of indecently dealing with a child who was a de facto or lineal relative and one count of sexually penetrating a child who was a de facto or lineal relative. The court was told “a number” of his indecent dealing charges were in relation to the same child and were alleged to have taken place between June 1 and August 31 in Manjimup. The remaining counts of indecent dealing allegedly relate to a second child and occurred between August 1, 2019 and the end of 2020. His one count of sexually penetrating a child who was a de facto or lineal relative also relates to this same minor and is alleged to have taken place in Harvey. The court was told there was allegedly a third child who the man had dealt with, but no details were given regarding that alleged victim. Duty lawyer Ryan Shea sought to remand the case to allow him to consult the alleged perpetrator. The man had his bail adjusted to allow him to leave WA if he was required to undergo emergency kidney surgery in New South Wales. His new bail order required a $5000 personal undertaking, a $5000 surety and a surrendering of any passports the man might possess. The trial has been set down for October 28.