A Georgia Republican congressman who pleaded guilty to bank fraud and other charges was sentenced to six months in prison Thursday for taking $10,000 in cash from an ATM.
Republican Congressman Mark Meadows, who has served in the House since 2007, will also pay $1,500 in restitution to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, according to his attorney.
He is the third House member to be sentenced in the case.
The other two are New York Republican Peter King and Pennsylvania Republican Mark Walker.
Meadows was arrested in December 2015, accused of fraud and money laundering.
Prosecutors said he took the money from a bank account that was used for political donations and from an account that he did not have.
He was arrested again in July 2017 and charged with bank fraud, money laundering and filing false tax returns.
The charges stem from a $10 million loan he made to his former business partners, a company he owned called The Meadows Group.
Mills admitted to accepting the money in exchange for a promise to pay it back within seven days.
He was charged with wire fraud and conspiracy to commit wire fraud.
In his plea, Meadows said he has tried to work with the U.S. Department of Justice to obtain criminal charges against other defendants.