More illegal videotaping charges hurled at LI magician

The man who calls himself ?Long Island?s Favorite Magician ? was arraigned on more than 30 charges of unlawful surveillance Thursday after he was charged with three counts in August.
Police say they uncovered more cases where Robert Infantino, a magician and photographer, videotaped young girls and women undressing in his Central Islip home. Assistant District Attorney John Cortes says the 19 victims, contacted through, believed they were participating in a legitimate photo shoot in Infantino?s home.
After a three-month investigation, the District Attorney?s Office says it found more victims than the six included in the original charges.
Infantino is charged with promoting a sexual performance by a child and 32 counts of unlawful surveillance in the second degree. He pleaded not guilty and is due back in court Dec. 12.