Former college football coach Jerry Sandusky, who was convicted of sexually abusing 10 boys, has agreed to spend at least 25 years behind bars.
Sandusky, 73, has been released from prison and is scheduled to be released on parole in October, the Associated Press reported.
He will not face charges for his crimes, according to his attorney, Kevin Steele.
But his attorneys have asked the judge to reduce his sentence, citing his mental state and recent deterioration.
They say he needs to spend time in a mental health facility, according a court filing.
Sandstein was sentenced to serve 18 years in prison in June, after a jury convicted him on 42 counts, including molesting boys between the ages of 12 and 15.
He has pleaded not guilty to all the counts.
In April, Sandusky was convicted on one count of conspiracy to commit aggravated indecent assault, which carries a sentence of 20 years.
He was convicted in October on another count of child molestation.
The former Penn State football coach pleaded guilty in January to child sex abuse allegations against several boys, including one who was 13 at the time of the abuse.
The AP reported last week that prosecutors said Sandusky engaged in sex with a 13-year-old boy in 2001 and another 13-month-old in 2002.
Sandus pleaded not to the allegations against him, but the judge said he did not believe the two crimes occurred because the victim’s mother and the victim had both been abused by Sandusky.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.