Former Enron Corp. chief accounting officer Richard Causey was sentenced to serve 66 months in prison for signing off on the bookkeeping that led to the company's historic bankruptcy.

Causey, 46, was the last of Enron’s top executives to be sentenced. He had pleaded guilty in December to securities fraud, striking a deal with prosecutors shortly before he was to be tried along with Enron founder Kenneth Lay and former Chief Executive Jeffrey Skilling on conspiracy, fraud and other charges related to the company's collapse.

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