The sentencing of original "Survivor" winner Richard Hatch on U.S. tax evasion charges has been delayed.

A spokesman for the U.S. attorney's office in Providence, R.I., told the Providence Journal Hatch's Tuesday sentencing was rescheduled for May 16 before U.S. District Chief Judge Ernest C. Torres.

Hatch, 45, who won $1 million at the end of the CBS reality show's first season, was convicted in January of failing to pay taxes on his winnings and other income.

Hatch has been in protective custody at a Plymouth, Mass., lockup since his conviction. He faces a maximum sentence of 13 years in prison.