Former Enron chief executive Jeffrey Skilling will head to a low-security federal prison in Waseca, Minn., on Dec. 12 to begin serving a prison term of 24 years and four months for his conviction on fraud and conspiracy charges.
Skilling, 52, was sentenced on Oct. 23 and is currently on home confinement. He has said he plans to appeal his conviction.
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