A 60-year-old chartered accountant appeared in court yesterday on a charge of committing buggery with a teenage girl, and the court heard he may have had more than 100 victims. A police search had found 600 compact discs, 40 to 50 of which contained suspected child pornography, prosecutors told the court. Henry Chui Che-hung, a director with the local accounting firm H.C. Watt, appeared in Kwun Tong Court on one charge of buggery of a girl under the age of 21. He did not enter a plea. The court was told the offence was alleged to have taken place in a flat in National Court on Nathan Road, Yau Ma Tei, on February 21. Noting the seriousness of Chui's case, prosecutors said he was believed to be involved in other, similar offences. The names of more than 100 potential victims had been recovered from his phone book, MSN records and computer records, the court heard. Police investigators had already made contact with five likely victims, aged between 13 and 15, the prosecution said. Yesterday's holding charge would probably be followed by others including attempted rape, attempted buggery and indecent assault, the court heard. The prosecutors applied to adjourn the hearing to allow the police time to conduct further investigations and organise an identification parade. Legal advice would be sought from the Department of Justice, and the case would probably be heard in the Court of First Instance, the court was told. Barrister Graham Harris, representing the accountant, told the court that Chui was a married man with five children, some of whom were professionals. Chui lived with his family in their Kowloon Tong home and had several addresses in Kowloon Tong and his office in Central, he said. People who knew Chui had been 'profoundly shocked' by the incident, which came to light recently, since they knew him as a well- educated professional man of good character, Mr Harris said. Chui had co-operated with the police investigation and seizure of materials, the barrister said. Chui was arrested on April 28, reportedly after a complaint was made to the police, and has been in police custody since then, according to a court document. Magistrate Ronald Cheung Wai-tat ordered him remanded in custody and adjourned the case to Kowloon City Court on July 27. Chui will be brought before Kowloon City Court on Friday for a bail application.