Short answer: Yes, androphilic or "man-loving" males are persons with homosexual or "same-sex" erotic development. In fact in the first sentence of this article, Freund and Wilson define androphilia as "an erotic preference for physically mature males." But the groups are not synonymous.
NB: This study was published in 1992, both scientific and popular usage has changed in the last 20 years. In this case, "homosexual" doesn't mean what we now call "Gay" but is being used in the older, strict sense to mean "same-sex" (e.g., either male pedophile and boy victim or female pedophile and girl victim). For what most people would now consider "Gay" or the CDC would refer to as "MSM," this article uses androphilic instead.
This suggests that the resulting proportion of true pedophiles
defined in the study as men who have been convicted of sexual crimes against children and who get measurable erections when shown pictures of prepubescent girls or boys
among persons with a homosexual erotic development
men who have a history of sexual attraction toward, or involvement with, men or boys
is greater than that in persons who develop heterosexually.
men who have a history of sexual attraction toward, or involvement with, women or girls
This, of course, would not indicate that androphilic males
men who are sexually attracted to other grown men
have a greater propensity to offend against children.
To paraphrase, this early study suggests that compared to the percentages of straight and gay men, a higher than expected proportion of convicted child molesters were sexually attracted to, or involved with, males than females; however, this doesn't mean that gay men (being attracted to men) are more likely to molest kids.