The former chief executive of a failed Florida community bank has been sentenced to six years in prison for lying to regulators about the bank's condition.

Jerry Williams, who headed Orion Bank in Naples for roughly two decades, pleaded guilty in February to conspiring with two other executives and one borrower to mislead its state and federal examiners about its capital levels in the months before it failed in November 2009.

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