A man known as the 'Beast of Blenheim' poses a "high risk" of reoffending when he is released next year, the Parole Board says.
Stuart Wilson was convicted in 1996 on a raft of sex offences involving 16 females over 23 years and is due for release next September
However, a parole board review released today says Wilson is four times more likely to re-offend sexually than the average rate.
Parole assessment notes said Wilson still denied his offending and refused to co-operate in any treatment programme.
"In addition, his current self-report indicates limited motivation to comply with the possible conditions of release, (such as a condition regarding having no contact with children under 16 years), which reflects an additional potential risk factor of poor compliance with supervision," the report said.
Asked if he would comply with a condition that he not have any contact with a child under the age of 16, Wilson was reported to have said "I don't give a stuff about it".
Wilson had been denied parole on previous occasions because of the risk of him reoffending.