Cheyenne River Sioux man pleads guilty in sex abuse of minors
Jerry Farlee, a member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, has pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual contact with a child, The Rapid City Journal reports.

Farlee, 58, was indicted in federal court in March. He was accused of abusing three girls over a 13-year period from 1993 to 2006. All of the victims were all under the age of 12.

Farlee was the executive director of Okiciyapi Tipi Habitat for Humanity. He hosted student groups on the reservation, The Rapid City Journal reported in March.

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