By CBSNewYork Team

ALBANY, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is not just resigning, he’s also retiring.

The 63-year-old files his retirement papers Tuesday with the state of New York, effective Sept. 1.

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Despite facing sexual harassment allegations, Cuomo is eligible to receive a pension after nearly 15 years of service — 11 as governor and four as attorney general.

The Empire Center watchdog group estimates his pension will be about $50,000 a year.

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The governor also granted clemency to 10 people, just a week before leaving office.

They had been convicted of crimes ranging from second-degree murder, to robbery and drug possession.

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Cuomo commuted five sentences and fully pardoned five others. He said all 10 people had demonstrated substantial evidence of rehabilitation and a commitment to their communities.

CBSNewYork Team