George D. Houser, 64, of Sandy Springs — a Harvard-educated lawyer who operated a family nursing home business based in Rome — has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for health care and tax fraud.

U.S. District Judge Harold Murphy in the Northern District of Georgia also ordered Houser to pay restitution: $6.7 million to Medicaid and Medicare and $872,515 to the Internal Revenue Service.

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