William Rapfogel, who led the Metropolitan Council on

William Rapfogel, who led the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty before resigning in August, leaves court in Manhattan on Wednesday, April 23, 2014, after pleading guilty to first-degree grand larceny in a plea deal that calls for him to receive a 3- to 10-year prison sentence and repay a charity $3 million. (Credit: Bryan Smith)

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