COLUMBUS, OHIO, FEB. 23 -- Rep. Donald E. (Buz) Lukens (R-Ohio) was indicted today on a misdemeanor charge that he had sex with a teen-age girl. Lukens, 58, who is divorced, declared that he is innocent. The charge stems from a meeting, secretly videotaped by a television station, between Lukens and the girl's mother, who said Lukens paid for sex with her daughter four years ago when the girl was 13 and again last November. The four-term member of Congress was charged with contributing to the unruliness and delinquency of a child, which carries a sentence of as many as six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. A state grand jury accused Lukens of having sex with the girl Nov. 6, when she was 16, in his Columbus apartment. The girl now is 17. In a statement, Lukens said: "I do categorically deny that I contributed to the delinquency and unruliness of a minor at any time, and I further categorically deny the accuracy of the alleged facts upon which the charge was apparently based. I am innocent of the charge brought forth today." No date for a court appearance was set for Lukens. On Feb. 1, WSYX-TV here broadcast a videotape that showed Lukens apparently offering a government job to Anna Coffman after she asked why he was "messing around" with her daughter. The station videotaped the Nov. 11 meeting at a fast-food restaurant in Columbus after Coffman contacted the station. Lukens told Coffman that he thought her daughter was an adult, according to the videotape. The Federal Bureau of Investigation and prosecutors reviewed the tape but said they found no evidence of bribery. Lukens was elected to Congress in 1966 and served two terms. He lost a bid for governor in the 1970 Republican primary, returned to Congress in 1986 and was reelected last November.