(KCEN) -- Buddy Skeen is now in prison after appearing in court today to face the five charges still against him.
He pled guilty to all of the charges, except for three, which were dropped by the court. He also accepted a plea bargain.
In order for Skeen to accept a plea bargain though, he had to wave his right to an appeal, which was already filed for the first charge he pled guilty to earlier this month.
This means that Skeen is now serving the 180 days in prison he was ordered to serve on the first charge. In addition to the 180 days in prison ordered from the first charge, he will have to complete 400 hours of community service.
The plea bargain he accepted is for 10 years of probation after he is released from prison.
Skeen was also ordered to pay about $13,500 in restitution and pay a $1,000 fine.
Judge Matt Johnson asked Skeen to apologize to the citizens of McLennan County in court today, which Skeen did.
Today's court proceedings happened during a scheduled pre-trial hearing. Skeen waved the right to a jury in the case and was sentenced by Judge Matt Johnson.