The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) in the U.K. reports that Chris Ronnie, former chief executive at JJB Sports, the defunct British sports retailer, has been ordered to pay about £633,000 within three months or face another five years in jail. Ronnie, who led JJB Sports from 2007 to 2009, is currently serving a four-year sentence after his conviction for fraud in December last year. He was found guilty of fraud worth about £1 million and providing false information. The Guardian writes that his early release date is likely to be Dec. 9, 2016. The SFO says it's committed to ensuring that fraudsters do not retain the benefit of their crimes. JJB collapsed in 2012, with some of the assets bought by Sports Direct International.