Webster, N.Y. -- New allegations of sexual abuse against former Webster Thomas soccer coach Ralph Wager surfaced Wednesday.
Wager, 69, coached boys soccer at Webster Thomas High School from the late 1960s to the early 1980s. He now lives in North Carolina.
Wager was arrested last week in connection with an incident that allegedly happened while Wager was coaching at Catawba College in the 1980s after leaving the Rochester area.
The Charlotte Observer reports a second accuser has come forward. He claims Wager abused him in Rochester more than 40 years ago.
On Wednesday, a judge doubled Wager's bond to $1,000,000.
Wager has only been charged in connection with the alleged incidents in North Carolina.