Former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky, convicted child molester, was transferred to Pennsylvania’s State Correctional Institute at Camp Hill Tuesday.
Sandusky has been an inmate at Centre County jail since his conviction in June.
According to Fox News, Camp Hill experts will evaluate Sandusky and assign him to a security risk level later this week. His mental state, physical health and education level will be tested to determine the level of treatment he needs.
Sandusky is serving a 30 to 60-year sentence for sexually abusing 10 boys. Claiming his innocence, Sandusky filed post-sentencing motions last week and is seeking a new trial or the conviction to be thrown out.
If Sandusky’s trial is ruled against, he will have one month to appeal to the Superior Court.
Pennsylvania’s prison system has an estimated 6,800 sex offenders who do not maintain any special unit, which means Sandusky can be sent anywhere in the prison system.