E-mail records show the former Glynn County school superintendent used his school system BlackBerry and e-mail address to solicit for sex from ads posted on the Internet.
Superintendent Michael Bull was fired last week by the Glynn County school board, which initially said he used the BlackBerry to look at a pornographic Web site.
Copies of Bull's e-mails, obtained by the Georgia Times-Union and The Brunswick News, show the superintendent exchanged messages with several people offering sex on the Web site Craigslist.
The records show Bull sent the messages Feb. 18. The school board fired him Friday after his e-mails were flagged by the school computer system.
Bull told The Brunswick News he showed a lapse in judgment.