A 26-year-old Salt Lake man faces time in federal prison after admitting to arranging sex with who he believed to be a 13-year-old girl over the Internet.

Scott James Swift pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court Wednesday to one count of using the Internet to entice a minor to have sex.

Swift admitted he contacted the "teenager" — who turned out to be an undercover agent — over the Internet to arrange a sexual encounter last August.

According to a state law enforcement agent, Swift had admitted to having actual sexual contact with at least seven juveniles over the past two years.

When sentenced in May, Swift faces up to five years in federal prison.