Hi, and welcome to the forum.
Congratulations on your new kitten - love to see a photo of the new arrival.
As for the nightime visits.. yes.. this is very normal behaviour.
Since he's still a baby, and brand new to your home...he's feeling lonely and insecure - removed from his mom and littermates.. so wants the comfort of being close to you.
A little too close for your comfort, though.
I understand and sympathize with your dilemma.
He wont actually learn by being ignored - that method doesnt work for cats. He'll just keep on with his meowing pleas as he feels the need..
You may have to just decide which is the lesser of the two disturbances - listening to him... or allowing him access.
He may stop this as he settles in to your home - finds his own favourite spot.
Could continue to want to sleep on the bed... but not on your husband's head.
You could try a cat bed or small crate in the bedroom... maybe try adding an article of your clothing to comfort him, or a soft toy to soothe him.
I've heard some kittens are comforted by the sound of a ticking clock nearby..dont know if this is true.
I guess you have tried moving him to the foot of the bed?
Lots of cats love this spot.. he might decide he does too.
There's just not an easy fix for a cat who must get in to beyond the door..
I gave up on that long ago - my 3 like to come and go during the night - and one likes to sleep on my pillow.. sometimes on my head.
Not everyone can adjust to this. or they just dont want pets in the bedroom at all, but I really like this. Well, lying next my head.. not right on it
I'm sure it will all work out as you all adjust to this sweet little newcomer - good luck to you!