The reason things moved is because the cam and OPDA gears are helical, and they rotate as you insert/remove the OPDA.
The reason your engine is not starting is because your OPDA (which has the Cam Position Sensor) is out of alignment that the engine is trying to protect itself. Also you may have a P0016 check engine light now.
Did you try to start the engine in with the plastic OPDA pin in place?
Here is what you need to do to fix your issue:
First find TDC:
-Disconnect negative battery terminal
-set the parking brake & put transmission in Neutral.
-Remove the serpentine belt so the zero timing gauge (see picture below) on the block is visible
-Use a 3/4in socket and a racket to turn the crank pulley in the CLOCKWISE
direction(looking at it from the front of the engine).
-Turn the engine until you line up the TDC mark and the zero timing gauge (if you go past TDC you need to go around again)
Install New OPDA
-Insert new OPDA keeping in mind it will rotate ~30*, so install with it in the 2 o'clock position and it will rotate to 4 o'clock position
-Secure OPDA w/ hold down bracket and connect Cam Sensor and install OPDA cover
-Re-install serpentine bolt
There is a lot more info on this in a thread i started here: https://www.wranglerforum.com/f210/05...l-1022825.html
Here are the TDC alignment marks: