NEW YORK (AP) — Allen Weisselberg, a longtime executive for Donald Trump's real estate empire

whose testimony helped convict the former president’s company of tax fraud,Is set to be sentenced Tuesday for dodging taxes on $1.7 million in job perks.

New York Judge Juan Manuel Merchan is expected to sentence Weisselberg, a senior Trump Organization adviser and

Former chief financial officer, to five months in jail, in keeping with a plea agreement reached in August.

Weisselberg, 75, was promised that sentence when he agreed to plead guilty to 15 tax crimes

And testify against the company, where he’s worked since the mid-1980s.

When he begins serving his sentence, Weisselberg is expected to be locked up at New York City’s notorious Rikers Island jail complex.

He will be eligible for release after little more than three months if he behaves behind bars.

As part of his plea agreement, Weisselberg must also pay nearly $2 million in taxes, penaltie

And interest, which he said he has made significant progress paying. He must also complete five years of probation.