Third District Judge Robin Reese also ordered Moultry pay at least $1,696 in restitution to the victim.
In exchange for his guilty plea, prosecutors dropped three additional charges: burglary, a second degree felony, and misdemeanor counts of theft and lewdness.
According to charging documents, Moultry entered the female victim's apartment near 900 E. Pineway Drive (4900 South) in Murray in the early hours of Aug. 3 and repeatedly sexually assaulted her while threatening to kill her.
After allegedly forcing the victim to watch him masturbate, Moultry allegedly stole the victim's wallet before he left.
Four days after he was arrested, Moultry was released from jail after having reached the statutory 72-hour limit on incarceration without formal charges being filed against him. But this was a mistake, as an incarceration extension order had been filed by prosecutors which was missed by Moultry's jailers somewhere along the way.
A manhunt was launched and Moultry was recaptured within several hours of his release.