An anti-gay group that once praised former California Assemblyman Mike Duvall has denounced the lawmaker as he resigns over a sex scandal, the Los Angeles Times reported.

Duvall abruptly resigned Wednesday after the Los Angeles CBS affiliate KCAL broadcast video of the lawmaker bragging about his sexual conquests with two female lobbyists. Duvall was the vice chairman of a committee where one of the women represents a business interest. Both women were married.

Duvall, 54, is married and has two children.

The Capitol Resource Institute (CRI), a conservative lobby group, graded Duvall 100% for “time and time again voting to protect and preserve family values in California.”

“It is always disappointing when a champion of traditional values does not practice the same in his private life,” said Karen England, executive director of CRI. “And this appears to be the case with Assemblyman Duvall.”

Both Duvall, a Republican from Yorba Linda, and CRI supported Proposition 8, the California initiative that banned gay marriage in the Golden State.

“Even as he resigns in shame, former California Assemblyman Michael Duvall is wallowing in hypocrisy,” Lorri L. Jean, CEO of the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center, said in a statement. “While engaging in extra-marital affairs, he used 'family values' as a justification to vote against every bill that would have provided any measure of equal treatment or fairness to LGBT [lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender] people. He used the same justification to support taking away the lawful right of same-sex couples to marry.”

Duvall made his remarks during a July committee hearing. The videotaped session shows Duvall talking with a colleague in detail about his extra-marital affairs. At one point, the lawmaker says, “So I am getting into spanking her. Yeah, I like it.”

In a statement, Duvall remained unapologetic, saying only that he was “saddened that my inappropriate comments have become a major distraction for my colleagues in the Assembly.”