ELKINS, W. Va. (KDKA) — A West Virginia business owner admitted to understating the gross receipts or sales on his individual tax return by nearly $1 million.

Rocky A. Tingler, of Elkins, admitted to tax fraud, United State Attorney Bill Powell announced Tuesday.

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Tingler pleaded guilty to one count of false statement on personal tax return and one count of failure to pay over employment taxes, the release said.

The 54-year-old is the owner of McWilliams Building & Construction.

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According to the release, Tingler admitted to underreporting the gross receipts or sales on his 2015 individual tax return by more than $988,000.

He also admitted to collecting $790 in federal income tax from employees at McWilliams Building & Construction. The amount should have been $25,706 during 2014’s third quarter, the release said.

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Tinger faces three years of prison time and up to a $250,000 fine for the false statement count. He faces up to five years incarceration and a maximum fine of $250,000 for his failure to pay charge.