But getting into compliance is easier said than done.
A second incident, in which two residents fled the facility with the assistance of employees, was reported in February, according to Refuge Ranch officials.
Olah also alleged that the residential care director, who had been cooperative throughout the investigation, appeared to have had prior knowledge of the alleged sexual abuse.
His notoriety came from the fight he waged against the lawmen trying to arrest him.
Officials with the Refuge Ranch said they employed more than three dozen staff members to provide round-the-clock care for the girls.