SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — A Springfield man has been sentenced to two years of probation including four months of home detention for stealing almost $90,000 in Social Security benefits.

Federal prosecutors say 55-year-old Charles Allen was also ordered Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Springfield to make restitution. He pleaded guilty in December to fraudulent concealment to secure unauthorized Social Security payments and false statement of a material fact for use in determining rights to Social Security payments.

Authorities say from June 2003 until August 2010, Allen received approximately $89,000 in fraudulently obtained Social Security disability benefits at the same time he was working as a restaurant manager. He intentionally concealed his employment the Social Security Administration.