His crimes carry a maximum combined sentence of 28 years and fines up to $600,000. But prosecutors plan to recommend a 51-month prison term at his July sentencing, along with requiring restitution of $120,000 to Ports of America.
The deal was contingent upon the plea of his son, Milton Tillman III, who pleaded guilty to one count of failure to file a tax return. The charge was contained in a criminal information filed in court Wednesday morning. Tillman III had earlier been charged alongside his father in a 28-count indictment, but all counts in that case against the younger man will be dropped at his sentencing, under the agreement.