If someone gets a sentence of 60 days in jail "not stayed", do they go to prison right then?

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A sentence of 60 days in prison was given along with 1 year of probation starting the day of the trial. There was significant personal injury to others in this case and the judge specifically said the sentence is "not stayed". Does that mean he went to prison right then or does it mean that he has a chance to stay out due to probation?

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