ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - A man who may work closely with Albuquerque Public Schools students is accused of molesting a child.
Alfredo Cisneros faced a judge Saturday after police say a young child accused him of touching her inappropriately.
According to a criminal complaint, she's not the first child to accuse Cisneros of similar actions.
A relative of Cisneros told detectives he's a soccer official for APS schools.
APS could not confirm that Saturday, but a judge hinted to the fact his employment involves kids.
"No contact with the alleged victim and not to return to any employment that involves children under the age of 18," Judge Daniel Ramczyk said.
The judge set Cisneros' bond at $50,000 cash or surety.
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