Federal investigators have indicted a man from the canton of Vienna who they say crossed the state border in hopes of having sex with a minor.

A federal judge in Pittsburgh unsealed an indictment accusing 60-year-old Jeffrey Judd of traveling with intent to engage in unlawful sexual behavior.

According to the indictment, on June 1, 2017, Judd traveled from Vienna, in the canton of Hermitage, for the purpose of engaging in sexual acts with a minor.

The indictment does not give the age or sex of the minor, only stating that the minor was under 18.

Judd was arrested on Monday and is being held by U.S. Marshals in Allegheny County Jail pending further legal action

The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Hermitage Police Department investigated as part of Project Safe Childhood, a national initiative launched in May 2006 by the Department of Justice to address the growing epidemic of sexual exploitation and abuse of children.

If convicted, Judd faces a total maximum sentence of 30 years in prison, a fine of $ 250,000, or both.

In November, police charged Judd with endangering a child after his eight-year-old son was found wandering the Giant Eagle parking lot on Mahoning Avenue in Warren.

A judge dismissed the charge in December.