She is charged with 14 felony counts alleging sexual misconduct with a person with disabilities and official misconduct following a lengthy Illinois State Police investigation. If convicted, Lenhardt faces up to five years in prison. She also would be eligible for probation. The criminal charges relate to allegations from November to last July and involve the first patient who sued Lenhardt. Lenhardt, 53, of South Elgin, is no longer a state employee, Illinois Department of Human Services officials confirmed.