The Pakistani doctor who helped the CIA locate Osama bin Laden has been sent to prison, the BBC and other news organizations are reporting.
His term will be at least 30 years, according to the BBC.
Shakil Afridi was charged with treason for running a fake vaccination program to collect information, according to the BBC.
Secretary of State Clinton had called for Afridi's release on the grounds that his work helped the United States and Pakistan, the BBC reports.
But once bin Laden was captured and killed, word that he had been living in Pakistan embarrassed the Pakistani government, according to the BBC.
Afridi's jail term will be 33 years and he also must pay a fine of $3,500, according to The New York Times.
He has been sent to the Central Prison in Peshawar.
Afridi provided information that helped U.S. forces kill bin Laden in Abottabad in May 2011.