"As soon as I told that guy, his eyes got big and everybody started walking around, and an officer came up beside me, and he told me I'm sorry," said Moore. "I'm glad that you came up and came forth with that, but we're going to have to have you escorted out of the building."
"Did he give you a reason why?" asked reporter Rick Earle.
"I asked and he said, 'Because you're on Megan's Law. It's against our policy for you to be here,'" said Moore.
Moore said he was escorted off the property and wasn't even allowed to retrieve his belongings from his wife's room. He eventually got a ride home from Oakland and missed the birth of his son. UPMC told Target 11 that patient care and safety is their highest priority.
UPMC officials sent us this statement:
"We understand the sensitivity involved when the father of the baby is found to be on the registered sex offender list. Under those circumstances, it is within the discretion of the hospital administration and security whether to permit him to visit the baby and/or his partner/wife. These decisions are made on a case-by-case basis."
Magee would not elaborate on the decision to remove Moore before the birth of his child.
Moore says security offered to escort him to the room the next day, but he declined, fearing that he might be arrested. He finally got to see his son when his wife returned home.