By Tiffany Tarpley
MILWAUKEE (WDJT/CNN) - A judge in Wisconsin has ruled that a man can not have any more children until he can prove he can pay for them.
"Judges they make rulings that sometimes, they make them kind of hastily so if that's what he feels one of my conditions should be then I'm going to abide by it," said Corey Curtis.
Curtis says he was satisfied with the judge's ruling, and he's ready to move on.
WDJT-TV spoke to the 44-year-old man over the phone. He faced charges of failure to support two of his nine children he fathered with six women.
According to court records, Curtis has a balance of roughly $85,000 including interest owed to the mother of those two now-adult children.
Although the criminal complaint says otherwise, Curtis says he's been making payments for the last two years and he says he loves all of his kids and has a good relationship with his younger children.
As for possible perception of Curtis as a deadbeat dad, "There's a lot of people that always have something negative to say. Unfortunately those are the people that don't even know you anyway," he said.
Curtis is on three years of probation. As part of that, he was ordered to keep up with his child support.