The Kapolei High School counselor indicted for soliciting a child for prostitution pled guilty today.
According to the prosecutor's office, as part of the plea deal, 40-year-old Kendrick Padilla will be sentenced to 3 months in jail with credit for time served and five years probation.
Padilla was arrested and later indicted by a grand jury in May 2016.
Padilla must also register as a sex offender, go through sex offender treatment, and write an apology to the victim.
Padilla met the victim, who is a runaway, through an online ad.
He is scheduled to be sentenced on June 27.
The Department of Education said Padilla had been with the school since 2009, and worked with 11th- and 12th-graders.