For years, he stood as the symbol of how just about anyone could lose weight, become successful, and he helped the food giant sell millions of sandwiches. Now, he's facing jail time.

Jared Fogle, who turned his weight loss efforts while in college into a multi-million dollar career, will accept a plea deal Wednesday, according to Fox59 TV in his home state of Indiana.

The investigation began with an investigation into Fogle's former director of his Jared Foundation (a charitable organization) in February. Russel Taylor had more than 500 child porn images on computers in his home, he was arrested, and recently tried to kill himself in jail.

The spotlight then turned onto Fogle himself, and his home was raided in June by federal agents. Fogle will plead guilty to possession of child pornography, but no comment was issued by his attorney. Several computers and DVD's had been taken from his home in the raid.  The exact contents leading to the charges were not disclosed.

No word on what kind of sentencing he will be facing. Subway severed its relationship with the long-time spokesman shortly after the allegations surfaced and the investigation began.

He first came to national attention in 1999, during his college years and eating Subway as part of his diet to lose a considerable amount of weight.  He was married in 2010.