Instead, William E. Norlin, 53, will face a jury trial in October for two counts of Class C felony child molesting, Class C felony sexual misconduct with a minor and Class D felonies Child seduction and performing sexual conduct in the presence of a minor.
If convicted on all charges, Norlin could face up to 30 years in prison.
Judge Matthew Headley had taken the plea agreement under advisement with the sentencing set for Thursday had he approved. However, the agreement was thrown out.
Norlin was arrested Jan. 22 and initially pled not guilty to all charges. However, on May 7, Norlin pled guilty to the sexual misconduct with a minor charge. The plea agreement would have dismissed all other charges. Sentencing was set for June 4.
On June 1, Norlin's court-appointed attorney James Recker requested a continuance of sentencing. Headley granted the request and reset sentencing for June 18.
At the request of both parties, Norlin's sentencing was continued again to Thursday.
Class C felonies are punishable by up to eight years in prison, while Class D felonies carry a maximum sentence of three years.
Norlin was arrested after Child Protective Services reported his alleged victim told a CPS representative that Norlin had been molesting her since she was 11 years old, court documents said.
Norlin was released from jail on Jan. 26 after posting a $25,000 cash bond.