Willie Rapfogel, the once influential and politically connected former head of the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty, enter a guilty plea on slew of felony charges for siphoning funds from the charity.

He faces up to 10 years in prison, and a dozen if he fails to pay $3 million in restitution by his sentencing date.

Rapfogel was arrested last year and cahrged with siphoning $9 million in a sweeping, 20-year kick-back scheme.

Rapfogel has admitted that between 1993 and August 2013, he received more than $1 million in illicit payments from the Met Council while working a Long Island-based insurance broker, Century Coverage Corporation.

Among the charges the 59-year-old Rapfogel pleaded guilty to in state Supreme Court: first-degree grand larceny, second-degree money laundering, third-degree criminal tax fraud and first-degree offering a false instrument for filing.

“These defendants abused positions of trust to steal millions of dollars from a taxpayer-funded charitable organization — one that is dedicated to serving New York City’s poor,” Attorney General Eric Schneiderman said in a statement. “Those who rip off taxpayers and charitable organizations will be prosecuted. While New York has the greatest nonprofit sector in the country, this case reminds us that we must vigilantly protect it. I want to thank Comptroller DiNapoli for his continued partnership in our mission to root out public corruption and ensure that taxpayer money is protected. I also thank the Met Council board of directors for bringing this activity to light and cooperating with our investigation.”

Rapfogel’s arrest was an intriguing one for New York political circles, given his status as an influential power broker in city and state politics.

Rapfogel was considered a longtime ally of Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, whose wife Judy works as one of the speaker’s top aides.