Aaron Hernandez should feel right at home while serving his life sentence for first-degree murder.

According to reports, and later confirmed by the Massachusetts Department of Correction, Hernandez will be imprisoned  at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Lancaster, MA.

That Correctional Center is just 1.5 miles away from Gillette Stadium, where the Patriots play their home games and Hernandez spent his Sundays and has some very strict rules in place for the inmates.

TMZ Sports wrote a piece detailing the ins and outs of the facility and it's clear that they are imprisoning some "bad boys:"

1. 366, 24/7 cameras across 18-acres of land.

2. Inmates forced to wear white sneakers, avoiding gang affiliation colors.

3. No nudity displayed on cell walls.

4. No conjugal visits.

Hernandez was convicted of first-degree murder on Wednesday morning in the slaying of Oldin Lloyd. The former Patriots tight-end also faces murder charges and accused in a double-homicide part of a drive by shooting in 2012.