The U.S. Probation Office recommended former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell spend at least a decade in prison for his corruption conviction.
In September, McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were convicted for accepting more than $175,000 in gifts and loans.
The probation office suggested a range from 10 years and a month to 12 years and seven months.
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Sentencing is set for January.