The victim remained in guarded condition Sunday at Strong Memorial Hospital after police say he was punched and kicked in his home.

Two men were jailed — one without bail — for allegedly beating a Beals Street man so severely Friday that he remained in guarded condition in the intensive care unit at Strong Memorial Hospital last night, city police said.

The 50-year-old victim suffered several facial fractures, eye injuries, a broken rib and a collapsed lung, city police Detective Scott Kadien said.

Kadien would not release the victim’s name this morning since officers were still trying to notify some of the man’s family members. The officer also declined to say if there was an apparent motive. More arrests are likely, he said.

The alleged assailants, Terrence D. Darcy, 45, and Antonio Burgos, 23, both of 98 Pleasant St., were charged with second-degree assault, a felony, and sent to Ontario County Jail.

Burgos was held on $5,000 cash or $10,000 bail bond; he was released after posting the amount shortly after he was arraigned Saturday, jail officials said.

 Kadien said the victim is an acquaintance of Darcy and Burgos. The two alleged assailants went to the man’s home on Beals Street at about 9 p.m. and beat him. The man does not live alone, but he was the only person in the home at the time, police said.

The alleged victim “made contact” with a friend, who brought him to the hospital, Kadien said. Doctors called police.

Darcy was arrested at his home early Saturday morning. Burgos turned himself in that afternoon.

According to records kept by the state Department of Corrections, Darcy was convicted in 1994 of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and third-degree burglary and sentenced to three to six years behind bars. He was paroled in October 1997. Two years later, records show, he was convicted of aggravated unlicensed operation and sentenced to 1 1/3 to four years in prison; he was released in June 2002.

As with all felonies, the case may be reviewed by a grand jury and more charges could be levied. More details, including the name of the alleged victim, are expected to be released later today.

Philip Anselmo and Jessica Pierce can be reached at (585) 394-0770.