DORAL, FLA. (WSVN) - A former charter school employee faced a judge for accusations of inappropriate behavior with students.

Yuniesky Ramirez Martinez appeared in bond court, Tuesday.

“Two counts of sexual performance by a child,” said a judge.

He was a security guard at Downtown Doral Charter Upper School, located at 7905 NW 53rd St.

Martinez is accused of unlocking a classroom for two juveniles who he found exchanging Valentine’s Day gifts.

He then stepped into an adjoining room with a two-way window and used his cellphone to record them in a sexual act.

A school surveillance camera caught him pointing the cellphone at a window.

According to a Doral police detective, Martinez asked one of the teens for three consecutive days to perform the same act on him.

“It was insane, I couldn’t believe it. It was disgusting, especially after what he said, that he didn’t mind that she was a minor,” said Andrea Alvarez, a student at the charter school.

According to the arrest affidavit, Martinez threatened the 16-year-old victim if she didn’t comply and have sex with him.

On the third day, the victim reported Martinez to school officials.

“I speak with my daughter and sons, be careful, don’t stay alone at the schools,” said Monica Cubides, a parent.

Cubides said parents need to keep lines of communication open with their children.

The charter school released a statement that reads as follows, “Mr. Ramirez was immediately terminated as an employee with Downtown Doral Charter Upper School and has NOT been on school grounds since the initial report. DDCUS continues to cooperate with all law enforcement authorities and cannot comment further on the investigation.”

His bond was set at $40,000 and he is not allowed to have any contact with the victims.

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