PAEDOPHILE Olympic doctor Larry Nassar shivers on the tarmac before jetting off to begin his 235-year jail sentence.
Shackled Larry Nassar - convicted of sexually assaulting scores of young women - was pictured being led through the snow and onto a private jet at Detroit Metro Wayne County Airport on Friday.
He was then flown to the US Penitentiary Tucson - a four-hour and 36 minute journey.
But the Federal Bureau of Prisons would not comment on whether it's typical for a high-profile prisoner to fly on a private jet for "security reasons".
By Saturday, Nassar was listed as an inmate at US Penitentiary Tucson - a high-security facility that houses 1,387 inmates along with a 149-inmate minimum-security satellite camp in Pima County.
Nassar was convicted of sexually abusing several girls - including US Olympic gymnasts.
He was sentenced last month to 175 years in prison in Michigan after pleading guilty to sexually abusing seven girls.
Last week he was jailed for an additional 40 to 125 years for a further three sex offences.
But first he must serve 60 years in federal prison for his child pornography conviction.
One infamous inmate surviving a life sentence at the prison is Brian David Mitchell, the former Utah street preacher who kidnapped 14-year-old Elizabeth Smart from her home in 2002 and held her captive for nine months.
Also there for a life sentence is Louis Eppolito, the New York City police detective-turned-Mafia hit man, principally for the Lucchese crime family.
The Indianapolis Star revealed in a multiple-part investigation, published in September 2016, that the former USA Gymnastics doctor has been molesting many of the girls under his care and that the organization had been covering it up.
Since then, more than 260 women and girls have told law enforcement that Nassar sexually abused them.
At the penitentiary, he will be given prison clothing tagged with his name and registration number, 21504-040.
It's currently unknown if Nassar will share a cell or be put into protective custody to avoid possible violence from other prisoners.