For engaging in a sexual act with a person under the age of 14, Aslam could have been jailed for up to 20 years and fined or caned.
She noted he has suffered from depression and is in ongoing psychiatric care.
She faces a charge of second-degree criminal sexual conduct with a child between the age of 11 and 14, warrants show.
Zamora, who started at the school a year before the allegations emerged, allegedly had sex with the teen at least four times between February 1 and March 8 last year.
While she stood in court, the middle school teacher told the judge and jury that the eighth-grade student, the victim of her crimes, was the one who pressured her into giving him oral sex, because she felt threatened that the boy would expose the nature of their relationship if she refused to do it for him.
He slowly started to emerge from the sex trade after going to school to become a hair stylist.
She told him to delete them and the full nature of the images could not be recovered by the police.
His family discovered that he was gay by reading his telephone text messages, he says, and he was presented with an ultimatum: Attend conversion therapy or leave the family home.