Anthony Weiner is having a pretty bad week – and it’s only likely going to get worse from here. That’s because the former congressman is facing a prison sentence of 21 months for sending vulgar, sexual messages to a minor.

However, this isn’t the only charge. The Democrat has also pled guilty to one count of transferring obscene materials to a minor already this year.

According to The Hill, Weiner will serve his full sentence in federal prison. Once out, he will have online supervision. He will also pay a $10,000 fine, and will partake in a mandatory treatment program for helping sex offenders.

These significant consequences came after Weiner asked a 15-year-old girl to participate in explicit, sexual behavior while online.

“Today, Weiner received a just sentence appropriate for his crime,” said acting U.S. Attorney Joon Kim.

Repercussions of Weiner’s actions have been following him around for years. For instance, Weiner made the decision to resign from Congress in 2011, when an indecent photograph of him appeared online.

According to recent information, the discovery of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server came during a separate investigation into Weiner’s actions. Weiner was, at the time, married to Huma Abedin (a longtime Clinton aide).

Abedin has filed for divorce.