Sculpting inertial fluid flow using sequences of pillars is a powerful method for flow control in microfluidic devices. Since its recent debut, flow sculpting has been used in novel manufacturing approaches such as microfiber and microparticle design, flow cytometry, and biomedical applications. Most flow sculpting applications can be formulated as an inverse problem of finding a pillar sequence that results in a desired fluid transformation. Manual exploration and design of pillar sequences, while useful, have proven infeasible for finding complex flow transformations. In this work, we extend our automated optimization framework based on genetic algorithms (GAs) to rapidly design micropillar sequences that can generate arbitrary user-defined fluid flow transformations. We design the framework with the following properties: (a) a parameter encoding that respects locality to ensure fast convergence and (b) a multiresolution approach that accelerates convergence while maintaining accuracy. The framework also utilizes graphics processing unit (GPU) architecture via NVIDIA's CUDA for function evaluations. We package this framework in a user-friendly and freely available software suite that enables the larger microfluidics community to utilize these developments. We also demonstrate the framework's capability to rapidly design arbitrary fluid flow shapes across multiple microchannel aspect ratios.