ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- Former St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger must report to a federal penitentiary in Yankton, South Dakota next week.

Stenger arrives at court

Steve Stenger arrives to court with his attorney Scott Rosenblum Monday afternoon.

An order from the Bureau of Prisons filed Wednesday said Stenger must surrender to authorities in Yankton by 1:00 p.m. on September 21.

Read: Former County Executive Stenger sentenced to nearly 4 years in federal prison

Saying he wanted to avoid being with former clients from his time as a defense attorney, the Yankton prison was one of two requested by Stenger's defense at his sentencing.  Yankton is a minimum security facility with fewer than 500 inmates. It's a male-only facility. 

Stenger also requested to report to prison after his wife was scheduled to give birth in mid-September to their third child.

Stenger was sentenced in August to 46 months in prison and ordered in pay a $250,000 fine in a pay-to-play scheme.

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