BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (CBS4) – The man accused of attacking three young girls in Breckenridge pleaded guilty on Monday to several charges in a deal with the prosecution.

Sky Wodraska, 37, agreed to plead guilty to first-degree attempted murder, first-degree assault, second-degree attempted kidnapping and third-degree assault. Thirteen other charges were dropped as part of the plea deal.

Wodraska has been in custody since March 7. He was accused of trying to slash a 14-year-old’s throat and also attacking two younger girls.

Sky Wodraska in court on March 9 (credit: CBS)

Sky Wodraska in court on March 9 (credit: CBS)

The list of charges indicated Wodraska was harassing his ex-girlfriend’s daughter.

The main victim of the attack at the Great Divide Condominiums in Breckenridge suffered a slashed throat. Wodraska has other Summit County cases including inappropriately touching the girl and continuing to verbally harass her after she reported the sexual assault.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

The list of crimes also says Wodraska bound the young girls and forced them into other areas of the apartment where the attack happened.

The district attorney has admitted the system failed the victims, but he said the long list of charges showed he took the violent case very seriously.

Wodraska faces 48 years in prison.

“Yes, your honor. I deserve to go to prison for what I did,” Wodraska stated at Monday’s hearing, according to Summit Daily.

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