Former West Virginia Gov. Arch Moore, who pleaded guilty to federal corruption, died Wednesday. He was 91.

The three-term governor and father of Sen. Shelley Moore CapitoShelley Wellons Moore CapitoAt least Alzheimer’s research is bringing Washington together Overnight Tech: Intel chief says 'no doubt' Russia will meddle in midterms | Dems press FCC over net neutrality comments | Bill aims to bridge rural-urban digital divide | FCC to review rules on children's TV Senators offer bill to close rural-urban internet divide MORE (R-W.Va.) died in Charleston "with his family by his side," according to a news release from Capito's office.

"Dad loved the state of West Virginia as if it were a member of our family," the statement said. "Serving West Virginians was at the core of his very being and he cherished every moment of it."

Moore, a Republican, was born into a family with GOP ties. His image was tarnished after he served three years in prison on federal corruption charges.