LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — The former chief of the Port of Los Angeles Police Department was sentenced to two years in prison for failing to report more than $1 million in income.

Ronald Jerome Boyd, 57, was also ordered to pay $305,054 in restitution and two years of supervised release after he gets out of prison, according to U.S. Attorney spokeswoman Tracy Webb.

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He pleaded guilty on Feb. 3 to federal charges of tax evasion and making false statements to FBI agents.

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Boyd was indicted in April 2015 following an investigation into charges he accepted a bribe in connection with the development of an official smartphone app called Portwatch to be marketed to other law enforcement agencies.

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He served as the chief of police at the busiest container port in the country for more than a decade.