Two correctional officers who were fired amid an investigation that they were sexually abusing inmates at a federal women’s prison in California pleaded guilty Thursday to multiple felony counts.

Andrew Jones, a former cook supervisor at Federal Correctional Institution in Dublin, pleaded guilty to six felony charges of sexual abuse of three women he supervised. Nakie Nunley, a guard at the prison call center, pleaded guilty to four charges of sexual abuse and five lesser felonies of abusive sexual contact with five women.

Both also pleaded guilty to making false statements to the government

Their pleas come after an investigation by The Associated Press last year at the facility revealed a harrowing culture of rampant abuse and subsequent cover-ups. Dublin, California, is located approximately 40 miles east of San Francisco.

FORMER CALIFORNIA PRISON GUARD WHO ALLEGEDLY CALLED INMATE ‘GIRLFRIEND’ IS CONVICTED OF SEXUAL MISCONDUCT

The sign at the Dublin Federal Correctional Institution

The Dublin Federal Correctional Institution is photographed on Friday, Sept. 13, 2019 in Dublin, California. (Anda Chu/MediaNews Group/The Mercury News via Getty Images)

The former officers will be sentenced at a later date.

Nunley wrote in his plea agreement that during an incident with an inmate in May 2021, he called her into his office, solicited sexual conduct and told her he could make her time in prison easier or more difficult. She complied with his request.

FORMER CALIFORNIA PRISON OFFICER CHARGED WITH SEXUALLY ASSAULTING 13 FEMALE INMATES OVER THE PAST 9 YEARS