Prosecutors filed 21 new charges against suspended Pittsburgh Pirates relief pitcher Felipe Vazquez after investigators found evidence of child pornography on devices they say he owned.

The charges filed Tuesday include 10 counts of child pornography, 10 counts of unlawful contact with a minor and a single charge of corruption of minors.

Vazquez already was charged with having sexual contact with a teenage girl in Scottdale. Florida prosecutors requested to have Vazquez extradited to Lee County, near Fort Myers, where he was charged in August with sex crimes involving the same accuser. A Westmoreland County judge on Tuesday denied extradition.

“He will stay until the charges are disposed of in this county,” Common Pleas Court Judge Rita Hathaway said.

Police seized an iPhone XS and Apple MacBook Pro from Vazquez during the investigation that led to the additional charges, according to court papers.

A search of the devices showed seven photographs and three videos of a girl “in various stages of nudity,” Trooper Michael Thompson reported.

Vazquez requested the photos and videos from the girl, police said.