Disgraced US Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar now in federal custody

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Former USA gymnastics and MSU doctor Larry Nassar, is now calling an Arizona prison, home.

Senior officials at USA Gymnastics and Michigan State have been forced to resign in recent weeks.

As of Friday morning, Nassar was being held at Milan Federal Correctional Institution.

Nassar's release date is listed as March 23, 2069. He's one of almost 1,400 inmates at the low-security prison, located about 10 miles south of Ann Arbor.

Margraves last week appeared in court in Eaton County, Michigan, and tried to attack Nassar, but sheriff's deputies stopped him. He pleaded guilty to those charges in July.

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He's starting the 60-year federal prison term for child pornography crimes. Congress, the NCAA, the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Michigan attorney general have launched investigations into USA Gymnastics' and Michigan State's handling of accusations against Nassar.

His seven-day sentencing hearing in Ingham County, which included 156 victim-impact statements, drew worldwide attention and pushed Nassar's crimes and connections to MSU and USA Gymnastics into the spotlight in a way they hadn't been previously.

More than 200 women have come forward with allegations against the once-famed doctor, many of them detailing how he abused them under the guise of medical treatment.

During nine days of sentencing hearings, some victims said they reported Nassar as far back as 1997 but were ignored until the Indianapolis Star unmasked him as a predator in the fall of 2016.