Dharun Ravi on Monday was sentenced to 30 days in jail for bullying roommate Tyler Clementi.

Ravi was instructed by Judge Glen Berman to report to the Middlesex County Adult Correctional facility on May 31.

The 20-year-old Ravi was convicted in March of 15 criminal counts, including invading the Rutgers University freshman's privacy and tampering with evidence.

Eighteen-year-old Clementi jumped off the George Washington Bridge to his death in the fall of 2010 after learning that Ravi, his roommate, had secretly streamed live video of him having sex with another man onto the Internet.

Prosecutors charged that Ravi attempted to deceive them by destroying evidence of his participation, including a Twitter feed in which he allegedly twice invited followers to watch his roommate's sexual encounters on the Internet.

A day after Ravi's tweets, Clementi, a gifted violinist, wrote on his Facebook page, “Jumping off the gw bridge sorry.”

Steven Goldstein, chairman of Garden State Equality, New Jersey's largest gay rights advocate, said in a statement that his group was opposed to giving Ravi the maximum sentence of 10 years in jail but lamented today's ruling.

“This was not merely a childhood prank gone awry,” Goldstein said. “This was not a crime without bias.”

“Dharun Ravi wasn't convicted of a bias crime unfairly. Dharun Ravi was convicted of a bias crime because his own words broadcast anti-gay animus to Tyler Clementi and the world.”