The Lauderdale County Detention Center has released a former Alabama church leader who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse charges involving multiple teenagers.

Kelly Crotts, 48, has been released from the Lauderdale County Detention Center, according to The Times Daily.

Crotts was sentenced to one month in the detention center as part of his plea agreement in April, with the remaining 11 months suspended for two years.

“He will have to fully comply with (the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act) which requires him to live in a location in compliance with SORNA and approved by the sheriff’s department.”

Lauderdale County District Attorney, Chris Connolly said.

“The community in which he lives will also be notified that he is a sex offender living in their community. Also, any employment he has must be approved by the sheriff’s office and must be in compliance with SORNA requirements.”

For the first year of his probation, Crotts must report to the sheriff’s office every month; after that, he must come in every three months for the rest of his life.