Shmul Dym, 31, whose younger brother is a registered sex offender for abusing young boys, is accused of improperly touching the two young boys multiple times during at least one three-month period.
Ramapo police arrested Dym in August 2011 after detectives said they received a complaint about the two boys being abused a month earlier.
A Rockland County grand jury handed up indictment charging Dym with two counts of sexual conduct against a child, a felony, and two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, a misdemeanor.
The felony sex charge carries a sentence of probation to seven years in state prison.
Aside from a potential prison sentence, Dym would be added to the state registry of sexual offenders if convicted.
Dym, his two lawyers and the prosecutor met Monday morning with state Supreme Court Justice William A. Kelly at the Rockland Courthouse in New City.
The prosecution is insisting on a plea to the felony count, which means being added to the state sex registry.
“We’re anxious to have our day in court,” Gribetz said after meeting with the judge.
“He has nothing to do with this case,” Gribetz said.