Suge Knight is all set up in his new home.
The convicted mogul has been sent to Wasco State Prison in California, a 400-bed facility about two hours north of L.A. He'll undergo a battery of physical and psychological tests before officials determine whether to keep him there or send him elsewhere.
Suge pleaded guilty last month to voluntary manslaughter in the 2015 killing of Terry Carter.
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say Carter was struck and killed by Knight's truck outside Tam's Burgers near Central and East Rosecrans avenues in Compton.
Authorities said the incident followed an argument on the set of a promo for the N.W.A. biopic "Straight Outta Compton." They said the argument might have spilled over to the popular burger stand.
Witnesses told police the driver struck Carter and a second man with the truck, backed over them and drove off. Knight's attorney James Blatt identified the second man as Cle "Bone" Sloan. Sloan, an actor who appeared in "Training Day" with Denzel Washington, was injured but survived.
As the investigation unfolded, detectives named Knight, 49, as a person of interest and asked to speak with him. Alongside his attorneys, Knight surrendered.
His attorney said Carter was trying to break up a fight, and his client fled because he feared for his life.
Carter had been at the film shoot to support his friend, rapper Ice Cube.
Suge pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 28 years in prison. With time served and overcrowding guidelines, he could get out in about a decade. (TMZ)