Rafael Callejas later became head of the Honduran FA
A former president of Honduras has admitted to taking bribes in the wide-ranging FIFA football scandal.
Rafael Callejas, a member of the world governing body's television and marketing committee, has pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges in a federal court.
He told the judge that he had accepted bribes and distributed some of the money to others.
Callejas said he knew it was wrong.
He served as his country's president between 1990 and 1994 before taking the reins of the Honduran football association and seeing Honduras qualify for the 2010 and 2014 World Cups while in charge.