That's nothing at all like perlcc. perlcc stored compiled Perl code, possibly in a machine-independent manner. Rather than a working perlcc, you seem to want an obfuscation tool.
Your tool fails at obfuscation too. The first thing the generated program does is decode the entire script into one variable. Dump that variable, and the source is recovered.
No attempts whatsoever at obfuscation are attempted except for the option to use Acme::Bleach on the source. That means, your tool is just a very restrictive version of Acme::Bleach. Why not just use Acme::Bleach?
Needs a lot of work.
PS — Acme::Bleach can be reversed using unbleach.pl.