A former federal judge from Georgia sentenced to 30 days in prison for drug-related crimes involving a stripper was ordered to report to a federal prison in Oklahoma on April 15.
The U.S. Marshal's Service told Jack Camp in a court filing this week to report to the Federal Correctional Institute in El Reno, Okla.
Camp was arrested in a sting in October after authorities say he and the stripper made a drug buy from an undercover officer. The judge was sentenced this month after pleading guilty to three criminal charges in November.
The ex-judge said in court filings that his decades-long battle with depression and a bicycling accident in 2000 caused brain damage that led him to use drugs and start seeing the stripper.