A northern New Jersey man already facing human trafficking and prostitution charges is accused of luring another woman into the sex trade.

Hackensack police arrested Terrance McCarroll Thursday evening, hours after he was bailed out on the original charges.

McCarroll was arrested last month after a woman sent a message to her brother in Florida via Facebook saying she'd been forced into prostitution by a stranger who bailed her out of jail.

McCarroll was charged with criminal restraint, promoting prostitution and other offenses.

He's now accused of forcing a second woman into prostitution and physically assaulting her, including burning her with a hair straightener. The 23-year-old woman was identified by police based on information provided by the first victim.

McCarroll was being held on $350,000 cash bail.

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