Larry Nassar transferred to federal prison in Tucson

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Former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar will be 105 when he completes his first 60-year sentence.

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According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons Nassar, 54, is listed as an inmate at the United States Penitentiary in Tucson. He's one of almost 1,400 inmates at the low-security prison, located about 10 miles south of Ann Arbor.

Experts have said that Nassar would likely be headed to a medium-security or high-security prison. He pleaded guilty to those charges in July.

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Nassar faces two long prison sentences in MI for molestation. Nassar is now set to be released from federal prison on March 23, 2069, when he would be 105.

Nassar was sentenced to 40-125 years in Eaton County on Monday, and 40-175 years in Ingham County last month.

More than 250 women and girls gave statements about the abuse in two MI courtrooms in recent weeks. Only then will he be allowed to start serving prison time on his state sentences.

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Nassar worked at Michigan State University and with USA Gymnastics for decades.

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