Convicted former doctor Larry Nassar will appeal his sentencing to multiple criminal sexual conduct (CSC) convictions, according to multiple media outlets.

Nassar and his attorneys have filed legal motions that say they want Ingham County judge Rosemary Aquilina disqualified from the appeal hearing, saying that she wasn't impartial and that the sentencing hearing, which was back in January, was "a ritual".

Nassar is currently serving a 60-year sentence on child pornography charges in a federal prison in Arizona.  He was sentenced from 40-175 years in Ingham County on multiple CSC charges and for 40-125 years for similar charges in Eaton County this past winter.

Nassar is a former Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics doctor.  He worked with Olympians Aly Raisman and DeWitt's Jordyn Wieber.  Both have said they were victims of Nassar.


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