The court was also told that gardai allegedly recovered images and videos of sexual activity taking place and “some recording during the course of sexual activity”.
An image of her ID card with her age was found on his phone as well as photo of her in her school uniform, the court heard.
Ms Finan said the man, who did not address the court, could face a two-year wait until his trial was reached and she asked the judge to note that the High Court had not refused to grant bail in relation to the first set of charges brought in the case.
However, refusing bail Judge Owens said the High Court was not aware that additional further charges were going to brought and they carried significantly higher sentences.
Garda Stephen Faulkner said the Director of Public Prosecutions has directed that he is to face trial in the Central Criminal Court.
He agreed with defence solicitor Michelle Finan the man, who has not yet entered a plea, had no previous criminal convictions, that he had travelled to Ireland knowing an investigation was on-going and extradition proceedings had not been required.
However, it was alleged she told gardaí “she felt she was not in control of the situation”.
He said a complaint was made by the teen’s mother in January that her daughter, who is in her mid-teens, and the man were in a sexual relationship.
However, Garda Faulkner said that when the man was arrested during his last visit he made his ferry booking hours before departure and was due to return later that day.
Garda Faulkner believed he had done that to avoid apprehension.