SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A federal decide has sentenced a former prime Sacramento Kings government to seven years in jail for wire fraud and aggravated identification theft.

Jeffrey David is the staff’s former chief income officer.

In December he pleaded responsible to diverting $13.four million value of staff sponsorship funds from 2012 to 2016 to a checking account he managed. He used a lot of the cash to purchase property in Southern California, in addition to for a non-public jet membership and to repay bank card payments.

U.S. District Court docket Decide William Shubb issued the sentence Monday. David’s lawyer Mark Reichel says he’s disenchanted within the final result and thinks the sentence is just too lengthy.

The Division of Justice says the staff has acquired $13.2 million in restitution to this point.

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