The new home of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman will likely be the "Supermax" Administrative Maximum Facility in Colorado, from which no one has ever escaped.
The former leader of Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel was convicted Tuesday of a slew of drug and weapons charges and faces life imprisonment at his sentencing hearing scheduled for June 25.
The narcotics kingpin famously escaped from two maximum-security prisons in Mexico — once by bribing guards to hide him in a laundry basket and the other time by walking down a tunnel that had been dug under his cell.
The Colorado facility is designed for high-risk inmates. Its cells are made of stone and its houses some of America's most notorious criminals, including Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, Unabomber Ted Kaczynski and shoe bomber Richard Reid.
"He's not getting out," former warden Bob Hood told Inside Edition.
Inmates are held in single-person cells for 22 hours a day or more and cannot see each other. Each cell has a narrow window angled toward the sky.