Just an observation, sometimes the simplest solution is the easiest. You might try moving the locked wheel (it oughta move a little) while trying to turn the key. Sometimes the anti-theft device seems to put pressure on the ignition. By manipulating the wheel in conjuction with turning the key, it might "snap out of it".
Cruel Shoes is probably correct.
If your wheels are turned and your steering wheel is locked and you can't turn your key, try turning the steering wheel further in the direction that the wheels are facing and turn the key at the same time. It will be hard to turn, but you only have to move it a tiny bit and your key should turn.
Call a locksmith.
with the key
check to see is power steering pump is locked-up.
i have a 1998 honda accord the gear shift is locked...
To unlock the steering wheel on a 1993 Honda place the key in the on position. Doing so will free the steering wheel.
The knob under the steering wheel of the 1987 Honda Accord adjusts the height of the steering wheel. The knob will allow the steering wheel to move up or down.
The flasher for the 1989 Honda accord is located above the steering column. To activate it shift it to the right.
you get a key
If you don't have dry rot in your power steering lines, it does.
Replace the starter