Loughlin's lawyer requested that the actress be incarcerated in a prison facility that is closer to her home, and Judge Nathaniel M. Gorton granted the request.
Victorville is a medium-security prison for male inmates, but also has a low-security satellite prison camp next to it for female inmates.
Notable past inmates at Victorville include former Dance Moms cast member Abby Lee Miller, baseball player Lenny Dykstra, and former leader of the now-defunct Sonora Cartel Miguel Caro-Quintero.
A convicted terrorist, who plotted to detonate a car bomb in Portland, Oregon, is currently serving a 30-year sentence there.
It's situated on land that was formerly part of George Air Force Base, which had been investigated for contaminating the region's water supply with industrial solvents, pesticides and chemicals from jet fuel.
The document filed in the court states that Loughlin "be designated to a facility closest to her home in CA, preferably the camp at FCI Victorville, if commensurate with the appropriate security level."
She has apparently already been issued with a registration number for Victorville and has been ordered to report to the facility on November 19.
During her sentencing hearing, Loughlin showed remorse for her actions, and took full responsibility for her choices.