A former financial advisor for ING North America Corp. was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in prison.  Bruce Harada was accused of scamming 22 retiring and active city employees out of $2.2 million. The scam went on for years, but Harada was arrested in May 2012.  He pleaded guilty to securities fraud and money laundering.  Before his sentence, Harada made an emotional apology to his family, the victims and his coworkers. He admitted that greed was the driving factor.  The Hawaii Paroling Authority will meet later this year to decide the minimum Harada will have to serve.