$15,000 bail ordered for sex offender.

Byline: Gary V. Murray

WORCESTER - A convicted sex offender accused of sending naked photographs of himself to a 13-year-old boy was ordered held on $15,000 cash bail yesterday.

Paul V. Burdulis, 39, whose address is listed in court records as both 285 Plantation St. and 62 Westminster St., was arrested by Auburn police after an investigation that began when the boy's father provided detectives with a slip of paper Mr. Burdulis allegedly gave to the boy at a local golf range, according to Assistant District Attorney Mark W. Murphy.

The prosecutor said the piece of paper had Mr. Burdulis' e-mail address and telephone number written on it and that Mr. Burdulis asked the boy to contact him.

Detectives began communicating via e-mail with Mr. Burdulis, who, believing he was corresponding with the 13-year-old, sent photographs of himself naked in the bathtub and invited the boy to his house to view "naughty pictures," according to Mr. Murphy.

Mr. Burdulis was arraigned yesterday afternoon in Central District Court on charges of enticing a child under 16 and dissemination of matter harmful to minors...

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