FT. LAUDERDALE (CBSMiami) – A former Broward County commission convicted on corruption charges will have to spend a few for months behind bars.

Josephus Eggelletion, 62, was originally been scheduled to be released from a federal prison in Georgia later this month. Now officials say they miscalculated the time for early release on good behavior and he won’t be released until mid-July, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

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Eggelletion was sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison after being convicted to money-laundering conspiracy and filing a false tax return. He also was convicted at the state level for taking bribes from developers.

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Eggelletion’s attorney, Johnny McCray Jr., told the paper he plans contest the new release date to a state judge because he thinks prison authorities have miscalculated the new release date.

Eggelletion has received time off for good behavior and for completing a substance-abuse program for his alcohol addiction.

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Federal prisoners typically only serve about 85 percent of their sentence when time for good behavior is taken into consideration.