A principal at a school for students with learning disabilities has been suspended after he posted anti-gay comments on Facebook.

Steve Kenney, the principal at Center Academy in Pinellas Park, Florida, responded to a photo on Facebook of Outsports co-founder Cyd Zeigler kissing his partner with “sick” and two Bible passages, including one from Leviticus 20:13 which calls for gay men to be put to death. The passages were taken from the New Living Translation (NLT) Bible, which was first published in 1996.

Zeigler posted the photo soon after a lone gunman targeted a gay nightclub in Orlando, the Pulse. Forty-nine people died and dozens were wounded in the attack.

“How particularly ugly and horrifying that someone who works with a more vulnerable population, who are so prone to face additional challenges to having a happy and fulfilling life, would do this,” GLSEN Executive Director Eliza Byard told Outsports.

According to gay glossy The Advocate, Center Academy has suspended Kenney for 2 weeks without pay and has ordered him to attend diversity training and professional counseling.

“Further, in making every effort to ensure this situation does not occur again with any employee of our school, we will conduct mandatory, school-wide diversity training this August (and annually moving forward) at each of our campuses,” Center Academy CEO Andrew Hicks said in a statement. “This is in addition to our yearly Code of Ethics and non-discrimination and social media policy reviews and updates held each August before school begins.”