A Tennessee man is seeking public assistance to help pay support for his 30 children, fathered with 11 separate women.

The children of Desmond Hatchett, 33, range in age from toddlers to 14 years old, according to Memphis, Tenn. CBS affiliate WREG. Nine of those children were born in the last three years, despite Hatchett saying in 2009 that, “I’m done!” according to The Los Angeles Times.

Hatchett told WREG he has had four children in one year—twice. But holds only a minimum wage job, meaning some of the children’s mothers receive as little as $1.49 per month.

His inability to keep up with payments has caused a string of legal issues, and caused Hatchett to seek a break from state overseers, who are very familiar with him.

“Yes, we’ve got several cases with Mr. Hatchett,” Melissa Gibson, an assistant supervisor with the Knox County, Tenn. child support clerk’s office told the Times.

Gibson said there is no legal basis to prevent Hatchett from fathering more children. Child support payments are determined in part by the age and needs of the child, and no more than 50 percent of his paycheck can be claimed for support among the 11 mothers, according to The Huffington Post.

However, Hatchett claimed in a YouTube clip that he knows each of the children’s names, ages, and birthdates.