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He then said the pair could still meet, but that it would not be right to have sex.
Police, still acting as the boy, then asked Hauaiembe if he would like to meet his 12-year-old sister. Upon arrival he was arrested and taken into police custody.
In sentencing, Justice Stephen Estcourt said children were to be protected and described Hauaiembe's actions as "reprehensible", but acknowledged there had been no negative impact on the 10-year-old victim.
He said Hauaiembe, who is married and has five children, faced a "fall from grace" as he is "highly respected" in Papua New Guinea due to his work in social services.
A Papua New Guinea man will be deported from Tasmania after serving 76 days in prison on child sex charges.
Casper Hauaiembe, 52, arrived in the state in late April for a six-week professional training course.
The boy's father was quickly alerted to the messages and began responding as his son, claiming he was 12.
On May 3, Hauaiembe expressed that he wished the child was older, but offered to pay for a taxi so the child could meet and spend the night with him.
He said they "could cuddle up and sleep" and attempted to make seven separate calls to the boy via Facebook.
All the hope and trust that I had in Peter had gone.
It was a blessing that I was living with the Filipino, missionary couple as my small family was settled in their house.