Convicted rapist Harvey Weinstein has been moved from the hospital to Rikers Island after having surgery on his heart.

He may now be at the prison, but Weinstein remains in the infirmary unit at the notorious jail complex.

The Associated Press reports that Weinstein, 67, was originally supposed to go to jail immediately after his Feb. 24 conviction, but he was rushed to Bellevue Hospital amid concerns about high blood pressure and heart palpitations. He spent over a week at the medical facility.

Weinstein was convicted on one count of criminal sex act for forcibly performing oral sex on a woman in 2006 and one count of third-degree rape for a 2013 attack on another woman. He is due back in court on Wednesday to receive his sentence where he could receive anywhere between five and 25 years for his crimes.

Weinstein was acquitted of predatory sexual assault charges which carry a potential life imprisonment sentence.

The disgraced Hollywood executive, however, maintains his innocence.