OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Sentencing has been delayed for an Anadarko man accused in Florida of connections to an illegal Internet cafe gambling ring that led to the ban of the cafes in Florida and the resignation of that state's lieutenant governor. Chase Burns, 38, who reached a deal earlier this month with Oklahoma's attorney general to forfeit $3.5 million to the state, still is facing criminal charges in Seminole County, Fla. Court records there show sentencing initially scheduled for December has been postponed until Feb. 12. Chase Burns and his wife, Kristin, were among 57 people arrested in March on felony charges related to a Florida-based charity that purportedly helped homeless veterans. Prosecutors alleged it was a front for collecting nearly $300 million in untaxed profits from sweepstakes cafes. Chase Burns owned International Internet Technologies and was accused of supplying illegal gaming software. According to court filings, Chase Burns has pleaded no contest, and criminal charges were dismissed against Kristin Burns. Messages left with Burns' attorneys in Oklahoma City and Florida seeking comment were not immediately returned. In a plea agreement signed by Burns, he agreed to plead no contest to two counts of aiding or assisting in the setting up of a lottery. He and his wife initially faced numerous charges, including racketeering and conspiracy. Although Chase Burns faces up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $5,000, the state of Florida agreed to recommend probation and no fine, and that Burns' probation can be transferred to Oklahoma. Chase Burns also agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and provide truthful testimony at any hearings or trials. In exchange, the state also agreed to help Burns seal the record of his arrest, plea, and sentencing in the case.