A federal judge has sentenced the founder of a food ministry service and his son to seven years in federal prison. Officials say Angel Food Ministries founder Wesley Joseph Wingo and his son, Andrew, were sentenced on money laundering and conspiracy charges Thursday in U.S. District Court.
Angel Food Ministries is going out of business. For 17 years the Monroe, Georgia based company provided discounted groceries to families across the country. The organization ran into trouble in 2009 when the FBI searched its offices.