A SEX offender who violently abused a woman in an Albury car park is back in jail after again breaching supervision conditions.
He grabbed the victim around her face with his fingers in her mouth, hit her and digitally penetrated her, leaving her with bruises and scratches to most parts of her body.
He had waited for the woman for about an hour before the incident and targeted her as she returned to her car.
McQuilton has had a string of conditions placed on his life through various supervision orders, which he has repeatedly breached.
He is banned from viewing pornography but a search of his phone in January found he had been visiting adult websites every few days for several weeks.
He was charged with breaching his interim supervision order and has been jailed for a maximum of nine months, and will become eligible for parole on April 2.
Previous breaches include the removal of an electronic monitoring device in December 2013, which led to jail time.
Other breaches include further attempts to remove a monitoring device, other cases of watching pornography, breaching a curfew, and breaching a movement schedule.
A psychologist recommended McQuilton take medication to limit his libido, but he has refused to consent.
Supreme Court judge Des Fagan has ordered McQuilton to undergo a further 18 months of supervision when he is released from jail.
He noted there was "an unacceptable risk of the defendant committing another serious offence if not kept under supervision".
But Justice Fagan was critical of the impact previous conditions have had on McQuilton's rehabilitation.
He noted he had served one year and nine months in jail for breaches, and said the new conditions "will have to be much more liberal".
The judge noted in some of his breaches, "no harm was done to anyone" and noted the setbacks caused by McQuilton going in and out of jail.
"The interests of the community will be served by a minimally intrusive supervision order," Justice Fagan said.