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Bernard Kilpatrick has been ordered to pay $62,212.24 in restitution to the Internal Revenue Service since his conviction on a tax crime. $100 of the fee is due immediately.

The judgment was released Monday afternoon.

Recap: Courtroom blog from Bernard Kilpatrick's sentencing

Judge Nancy Edmunds also recommended Kilpatrick be placed in a facility close to Dallas, Texas.

READ: Bernard Kilpatrick sentencing judgment

Kilpatrick, who is Kwame Kilpatrick's dad, was found guilty of one count of subscribing a false tax return by the same jury that convicted his son and contractor Bobby Ferguson of more serious crimes. He was sentenced Thursday to 15 months in prison

Kwame Kilpatrick was sentenced to 28 years in prison and Ferguson to 21 years last month.

Bernard Kilpatrick was charged with racketeering conspiracy, but the jury couldn't reach a verdict. He was acquitted of attempted extortion.

Bernard Kilpatrick sketch by Jerry Lemenu

--Courtroom sketch by Jerry Lemenu

During his sentencing, Bernard Kilpatrick said he had brought "misery" to his family and had deep regrets bout being involved with "this thing."

Special Section: Kwame Kilpatrick's federal trial and sentencing