This claimed prophecy is tied to Y'shayahu / Isaiah 9:6 (7 in Christian versions). The line does not actually speak of the subject's character (just or not). It says "To him who increases the authority, and for peace without end, on David's throne and on his kingdom, to establish it and to support it with justice and with righteousness; from now and to eternity, the zeal of the L-rd of Hosts shall accomplish this."
Jesus never had any authority. He was born a to a poor family and spent his life poor.
The time Jesus lived was not peaceful, let alone "peace without end." It was a terribly violent time when Romans were cruel to the Jews. Josephus, alive from 37 CE to 100 CE wrote: "He sent Petronius (governor of Syria 39-41 C.E.) with an army to Jerusalem to place his statue in the Temple and command him that in case the Jews would not admit them, he should kill those who opposed it and carry all the rest of nation away into captivity." In fact, Pilate crucified over 50,000 of them and killed others with abandon. Pilate was so evil the Romans actually recalled him to Rome in 36 CE for an inquest into the possibility of excessive cruelty.
No, definitely not "peace without end."
Jesus never sat on David's throne.
Jesus never had a kingdom.
חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah, who ruled after King Ahaz, was a just king, Torah observant. He ruled over peace which reigned for 100 years and he sat on David's throne.
Some missionaries will say חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah did not usher in an age of peace without end (certainly true as Jesus came 700+ years later and there was no peace in his time). . . But that was not a prophecy, it was a prayer by Isaiah that חִזְקִיָּ֫הוּ / Hizkiyyahu / Hezekiah would usher in such an age. . .
Whether or not Jesus was just -- that is not a messianic prophecy. Many people are good, just people -- but that does not make them the messiah. The list maker has made many of these types of claims (about character). 27. Exodus 15:11...His Character-Holiness...Luke 1:35; Acts 4:27, 61. Psalms 2:6...His Character-Holiness...John 8:46; Rev. 3:7; 131. Psalms 89:36-37...His character-Faithfulness...Rev. 1:5 and so on -- none of which are actual prophecies and all of which could be claimed by many people alive and dead.
Y'rmiyahu / Jeremiah 23:5-8 and 33:14-16 describe messiah as a king who executes justice and charity and that there will be security for Israel in his days. Jesus never executed justice (he was never a judge), and there was no security in the land during his lifetime. Just another claimed prophecy which Jesus failed to fulfill.