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His final match was the 3 1 defeat at home by Exeter on Saturday.
Hendon took charge at the Matchroom Stadium following Orient's relegation from League One last season.
The east London club started the campaign well under the former Barnet player manager and West Ham coach, winning their first five games in League Two, but have since slipped down the table.
A statement on the Orient website thanked Hendon for his commitment and passion during his time at Leyton Orient.
Former Gillingham and Dover boss Hessenthaler coach purse outlet, 50, will be in charge of first team affairs on an interim basis until the O's appoint a new manager.
The coaching and management team will continue to focus on realising the full potential of the team and will be working intensively to enhance the club's performance and position in the league, the Orient statement added.
More managerial change at OrientIan Hendon is the fifth boss to leave Leyton Orient since Italian Francesco Becchetti became owner in the summer of 2014 coach outlet clearance.
After long serving Russell Slade left for Cardiff in October 2014, Kevin Nugent and Mauro Milanese had short term spells in charge before Fabio Liverani was appointed on a two and a half year deal in December 2014.
However pickup truck accessories, former Italy international Liverani only lasted six months and was dismissed following Orient's relegation from League One in May.
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