Jacky Jhaj, 31, of Orchard Avenue was sentenced to four years in prison at Isleworth Crown Court on Tuesday (November 29).
The young victims came forward more than a year after the incidents took place in July last year.
Hounslow CID and Crime Squad teams led the investigation which uncovered Jhaj preyed on teenage girls telling them he was 21-years-old, being aged 29 at the time.
During a two week trial, the court heard Jhaj drove around in his brother's Range Rover picking up girls half his age, buying them alcohol and taking them to parties of other schoolchildren.
However Jhaj claimed he befriended the students for research on a screenplay he was hired to write.
He stated that he was a film producer having claimed to have worked on a Hollywood blockbuster as an executive producer.
Jhaj began grooming the girls, then formed a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old girl, knowing her age.
He also engaged in sexual activity with a second girl also aged 15.
On September 6 2016, he was found guilty on four counts of sexual activity with a child aged 15.
He was due to be sentenced in October but this was adjourned for further reports at the defence's request.
At an earlier trial at the same court in April, Jhaj was found guilty of handling stolen goods.
He was sentenced for all five offences.
When he is released from prison Jhaj will be placed on a Sexual Harm Prevention Order.
Following the conviction, trainee detective constable Nav Johal, from Hounslow CID, said: “Thanks to the courage and bravery of the young vulnerable victims who gave evidence this ensured that this dangerous sexual predator was brought to justice.
“I am hopeful that the verdict will give them some peace and closure, and they will be able to, in time, move forward from this difficult period."
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