Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner (D) finished three months of house arrest on Sunday, which he was sentenced to last year after more than a dozen women accused him of sexual harassment.

After resigning as mayor in August, Filner pleaded guilty to felony false imprisonment and misdemeanor charges of battery involving victims of sexual harassment.

Filner was sentenced to three years of probation and three months under house arrest. He was ordered to stay in his San Diego home and was subject to searches and visits from a probation officer, The Associated Press reports.

He was also required to give up a portion of his federal pension and attend treatment. 

Filner resigned after serving as mayor for less than a year. He was elected in 2012 after serving in Congress since 2003.