B. Don James has reportedly begun serving his federal prison sentence.
He was scheduled to report on Wednesday, July 18th at 2:00 p.m.
According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons website, James is located at the Big Sandy United States Penitentiary located in Inez, Kentucky, which is in eastern Kentucky.
His release date, according to the website, is August 1st, 2014.
He was originally due to report to prison on June 25th, but was granted a motion to delay his reporting date until July 18th.
U.S. District Court Judge Todd Campbell, on May 25th in Nashville, sentenced James to a total of ninety seven months (8 years and 1 month) in prison on each of fifteen counts of wire fraud totaling $1.8 million dollars, the minimum sentence under the plea agreement's advisory guideline range The sentences are to run concurrently or together as one sentence.
After serving his sentence, James will be on supervised probation for another two years on each count to run concurrently. He must also make restitution to the victims in the case.