WOBURN, Mass. — A former Shirley town administrator has pleaded guilty to charges that he videotaped female employees in a town hall restroom, and also secretly wiretapped and spied on other town workers.
Middlesex District Attorney Gerard Leone said Kyle Keady pleaded guilty Friday in superior court in Woburn and was sentenced to three years in prison, followed by seven years’ probation. Keady was fired after he was charged in 2010.
He pleaded guilty to charges including video recording a person in a state of nudity, wiretapping and breaking and entering.
Prosecutors said Keady put a pen camera in the ceiling above a women’s restroom stall, and recorded other workers in offices more than 100 times, using pen devices, video cameras and a baby monitor. He also allegedly broke into one home four times.