Notorious Boston gangster James J. “Whitey” Bulger has been moved to a federal detention facility in New York, according to the US Bureau of Prisons.
Bulger, 84, has been moved to the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, according to the Bureau of Prisons website.
The detention center, which houses both male and female inmates, is located between Second and Third Avenue on 29th Street, according to the website.
Bulger, who rampaged through Boston’s underworld for decades before fleeing and eluding a worldwide manhunt for more than 16 years, participated in 11 murders, a federal jury found in August. Earlier this month, he was sentenced to two life sentences plus five years by a federal judge who cited the lives Bulger wrecked during his murderous reign.