L loaned $20,000 to D, who granted L a security interest in D's computers (which D used for work). The security agreement contained a future advances clause. L properly filed a financing statement covering the computers. The next day, the Sheriff leved on D's computers in favor of C, who held a judgment against D in the amount of $10,000. Ten days later, L learned of the levy and told D it was going to foreclose on the computers. D tells L "If I just had another $10,000 loan, I could get back on my feet and everything will be fine." That same day, L agreed to make (and did make) an additional $10,000 loan to D. Which statement is correct?
1. L has priority over C for only the initial $20,000 loan; the additional $10,000 loan was unsecured.
2. L has priority over C for both the initial $20,000 loan and the additional $10,000 advance.
3. L has priority over C for the initial $20,000 loan, but will have priority for the additional $10,000 only if L was unaware of C's judgment lien at the time of the additional loan
4. L does not have priority over C to any extent.