Former Lightning 100 general manager and one time “Retro Lightning” radio show host Fred Buc pleaded guilty in early February to indecent exposure and felony reckless endangerment.
He is set to serve nearly four years of probation under the supervision of a sexual offense probation officer, according to court records.
In September, a Davidson County grand jury indicted Buc, 55, on one count of sexual exploitation of a minor and one count of solicitation to display sex acts to a minor. Those charges were later amended and Buc pleaded guilty to the lesser charges on Feb. 6.
At the time of his arrest Metro police accused Buc of exposing himself over the Internet to someone he believed to be a 16-year-old girl but was actually a law enforcement detective in Virginia.
Buc’s attorney, Glenn Funk, could not be reached for comment Thursday evening.