A prominent East End architect sentenced to jail time in 2014 for possessing child pornography admitted Tuesday to lying to a probation officer about having more child porn.

Jay Lockett Sears, 78, of East Quogue, who has designed homes for Clint Eastwood, Michael J. Fox, Susan Lucci and other celebrities, was sentenced Tuesday to 13 months in prison and 3 years of supervised release as part of a plea deal.

Sears was arrested June 8 after, federal prosecutor Allen Bode said, a probation officer on a routine home visit found one picture of adult pornography with the face of a child pasted on it on the floor.

Sears denied having any more pornography, but a subsequent search determined he possessed 10 garbage bags containing clipped pictures of young girls whose faces were pasted on photos of nude adults, Bode said.

The architect pleaded guilty to lying to a federal probation officer while he was already on supervised release for the previous child porn conviction.

“I regret my action and I hope that I will be able to carry out my mission to help others,” Sears said before U.S. District Court Judge Denis R. Hurley in Central Islip.

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Sears’ attorney Randi Chavis declined to comment.

Sears had pleaded guilty in 2013 to one count of possession of child pornography after he was accused of photographing underage girls and modifying the images to make them look as if they were performing sexual acts. He was sentenced in 2014 to 3 weeks in jail and 5 years’ supervised release.