Miller plead guilty to both charges last year.
A federal judge in Pittsburgh made the ruling Tuesday, ordering the reality TV star to pay a $40,000 fine,a $120,000 judgment, and spend two years on probation after her release.
Prosecutors said Miller tried to cheat her creditors by hiding $775,000 of income in secret bank accounts while her dance studio — which was featured on the show — filed for bankruptcy.
Prosecutors also claim Miller brought in $120,000 worth of Australian currency into the U.S. without reporting it. (Travelers can bring in $10,000 of currency without declaring it to customs.)
Miller announced she was leaving “Dance Moms” in March.
Former “Dancing With the Stars” pro Cheryl Burke was named as her replacement.
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