AN 11-YEAR-OLD boy who became the youngest person in the country to be served with an Anti-Social Behaviour Order after he brought terror to his neighbourhood has appeared in court again.

The boy, who lives in Clitheroe but cannot be named for legal reasons, was banned from some areas of the town for two years after a magistrate granted the order.

But the child, who is only one year over the age of criminal responsibility of ten, was back in court charged with breaking the terms of the order by going into the grounds of St James' Primary School -- one of the places he was banned from.

The original order, made by stipendiary magistrate Paul Firth after a two-day hearing at Blackburn magistrates in November, followed a string of complaints made against the boy by residents in the street where he lives.

The application against the youngster was made after a meeting between social services, the local council, police and Youth Offending Teams in March which decided this was the only option available to them.

The boy's case was adjourned for a week until Tuesday, February 19 and he was given conditional bail.