Obinwanne Okeke aka Invictus Obi, will be released from an American prison in September 2028, the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons disclosed via a statement on its website.
He was sentenced for a computer-based intrusion fraud scheme that caused approximately $11 million in known losses to his victims.
According to court documents, Mr Okeke, 33, operated a group of companies known as the Invictus Group based in Nigeria and elsewhere.
From approximately 2015 to 2019, Okeke and others engaged in a conspiracy to conduct various computer-based frauds.
One of his victims include Unatrac Holding Limited, a subsidiary of American heavy equipment manufacturer Caterpillar.
Invictus Obi jail term and prison
Okeke was arrested in August 2019 and is being held at the Federal Correctional Institution (FCI), Oakdale.
FCI, Oakdale located in Allen, Western Louisiana is a low security federal correctional institution with an adjacent minimum security satellite camp.
It has a population of 1,083 male inmates. It is an all-male inmates facility, with 997 inmates in the FCI and 86 at the camp.
FCI, Oakdale will be Mr Obinwanne’s home until 2028 when he will be released.