The real issue presented is whether or not he can get custody. He can bring an action to determine that he is the father, will have to pay child support, and may seek visitation. Unless it is determined that it will be in the child's best interest to not see the father, then it may be difficult to prevent visitation. You should consider speaking to an attorney about the specifics of your matter.
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