Bill Cosby is a convicted rapist and a ward of Pennsylvania.
The disgraced comedian was found guilty in April 2018 of drugging and assaulting a woman named Andrea Constand and then sentenced to three to 10 years behind bars in September of 2018.
"Nobody is above the law because of where they live, who they are, wealth, fame, celebrity or even philanthropy," said the judge said during Cosby's hearing while delivering Cosby's sentence.
"Any lesser sentence would take away from the seriousness of the crime," he added.
Overall, Cosby has been accused of rape by over 60 women.
He deserves to be behind bars -- and we have a look below for you at exactly what life is like for him there.
Will the former sitcom star ever live freely again?
Good Riddance, Bill
Bill Cosby is officially an inmate. The convicted rapist poses here for his final mug/booking shot prior to entering prison.
His Other Booking Photo
This snapshot was taken very shortly after Cosby learned of his sentencing and was escorted out of the courtroom in handcuffs.
A History of Predatory Behavior
"Your time has come," said Judge Steven T. O'Neill in court after labeling him a "violent sexual predator" and requiring Cosby's name to be on a permanent sex-offender registry, which is sent to neighbors and schools.
Take Him Away!
Cosby is in handcuffs in this photo. He's being hauled off to Pennsylvania's State Correctional Institute at Phoenix, which is located about 30 miles northwest of Philadelphia.
What Kind of Institution is This?
It is a maximum security state prison. Cosby is officially inmate NN7687 and has been sentenced to "total confinement." He will need to take a sex offenders program inside the facility.
About the Facility...
The prison was put into operation just this July and it houses 3,830 beds as well as classrooms, a barber shop and gym. The jail offers various vocational classes and rehabilitation programs. It includes inmates who have been sentenced to death.
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