Fifthy-three-year-old James Jordan, known as "Jimmy," was booked into the Sacramento County jail on six counts of lewd acts with a child.

"We got information that led to us contacting the victim. He then disclosed the acts," Sacramento Sheriff's Sgt. Tim Curran said.

And while James Jordan's name may not be easily recognized, his face is to many.

"He is a music minister out of a local church. He teaches private piano and organ lessons. And he's also into local musical theater productions," Curran said.

Shocking to those who worked along side him for years at Garbeau's Dinner Theater in Folsom, and at the Gethsemane Lutheran Church in Carmichael, where he met the alleged victim.

He was described as the church's "life's blood," when it came to music.

And law enforcement fears there are more victims out there.

"His close association with children, and his interaction with children, in the venues where he worked, we believe that there may be - there's a higher probability that there are other victims," Curran added. Victims as recent as a week ago, to victims from several years back.