Joe Percoco’s prison sentence will begin March 14 after he was denied bail pending an appeal by the former close aide to Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

A three-judge panel at the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals issued the one-page ruling on Thursday following his September 2018 bribery conviction.

“Mr. Percoco is ordered to surrender to begin serving his term of imprisonment no later than March 14, 2019,” according to the ruling.

No details were given.

Percoco, once a powerful and trusted confidante to the governor, was found guilty of accepting more than $300,000 in bribes from companies who had sought business before the state. The bribes in large part stemmed from Percoco’s wife receiving a “low-show” job from Competitive Power Ventures, which had sought approval for the construction of a power plant in the Hudson Valley.