The former head of sales at Computer Associates will pay $29.7m (£15.6m) in restitution for his role in the $2.2bn accounting scandal at the firm, reports Reuters.
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Stephen Richards had pleaded guilty to conspiracy, securities fraud, perjury and obstruction of justice last year, and was jailed for seven years in November.
The compensation money, approved by a US federal court, is on top of the $800m former CA chief executive Sanjay Kumar was ordered to pay for his role in the fraud.
Both men are paying towards a $1.02bn restitution settlement with victims of the fraud.
Reuters reports that Richards will pay $200,000 towards the restitution payment out of the money he deposited for his bail.
In addition, he has also agreed to pay the rest in monthly instalments - equivalent to 15% of his gross income after he is released from prison.
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