Former state Senator Marc Panepinto, D-Buffalo, will serve his two-month prison sentence at a federal facility in Massachussetts.

According to the Bureau of Prisons Database, Panepinto is at the Federal Medical Center Devens. The prison specializes in long-term medical and mental health care but also houses inmates of various security levels.

The U.S. attorneys office said Panepinto was scheduled to report on Wednesday. A judge sentenced him in December after he pleaded guilty to an attempted coverup of unwanted sexual advances toward a female staffer.

Panepinto announced in late 2016 that he wouldn’t seek re-election, citing the health of his since-deceased law partner, but it was later revealed that he was accused of the sexual advances. He admitted to sending a senior staffer to offer the woman money or a job in exchange for her not to cooperate with a Joint Commission on Public Ethics, which is against the law.

The court also fined him $9,500 and separately, state ethics regulators ordered him to pay another $10,000 for the coverup. The judge gave him several months to get things in order with his family and law firm before starting the sentence.

Notable former prisoners at FMC Devens include Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, before he was transferred to a Supermax prison to await the death penalty, and former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is now at a re-entry center in New York City.