Former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland reported to federal prison Monday after deciding not to appeal his sentence for campaign-finance fraud, according to the Connecticut Post.
Rowland will serve his 30-month sentence at a federal prison in Otisville, New York, which is located about 93 miles from his home in Middlebury, Connecticut.
The prison houses 670 minimum-security and 116 prison-camp inmates, according to the Connecticut Post.
In June, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit in New York City rejected Rowland's appeal of a March 2015 sentence.
Rowland argued that the Justice Department wrongly prosecuted him for working behind the scenes for the failed congressional campaign of Republican Lisa Wilson-Foley in 2012, according to the Connecticut Post.
He was found guilty of campaign fraud, conspiracy and obstruction of justice in September of 2014.
This isn't Rowland's first stint in prison.
The former governor resigned in the middle of his third four-year term in 2004 after a corruption scandal that involved him accepting illegal gifts, according to CNN affiliate WFSB.
In that case, he served 10 months in prison.
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