ROSEBURG, Ore. -- A Roseburg man facing dozens of child sex abuse charges will get a new attorney.
Harvey Cale, 44, faces charges of encouraging child sex abuse, using a child in display of sexual activity, sodomy and marijuana charges.
Cale told Judge Ronald Poole that a conflict with his attorney had not been resolved, and he wanted the court to appoint a new attorney.
Judge Poole agreed to get him a new one, but said he would not have a choice as to who it is. He will get the next up attorney from the public defender's office.
There are 66 charges against Cale, 58 of those involving allegedly encouraging child sex abuse with girls under the age of 12.
Police say he was caring for small children for someone else when the crimes occurred, and they say there may be 50 or more victims in the case.
If convicted of just one of the charges, Cale could face 25 years in prison.
Cale was arrested last September, and after having bail raised to $1 million after the multiple charges were filed, the judge reduced the bail to $150,000 in November.
Cale remains out on bail.
While he was in jail he destroyed a sink and toilet, and was convicted for criminal mischief on August 10, 2010, while awaiting the trial on the other charges.