According to the report, Xi, is the latest official to fall foul of a sweeping crackdown on graft.
The former vice president of the Supreme People’s Court, was put under investigation in 2015.
He was one of the most senior judicial officials ousted by President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign since the downfall of Zhou Yongkang, the former domestic security chief whose brief included law enforcement and courts.
Zhou was jailed for life in 2015.
State television said a court in the northern city of Tianjin found Xi Xiaoming guilty of accepting 115 million yuan (16.78 million dollars) in bribes between 1996 and 2015.
Xi admitted his guilt and has repented and so received a lighter sentence, the report said, probably meaning he avoided a death sentence.
China’s leaders have pledged to continue combating graft, seen as crucial to the party’s survival, and have vowed to go after “tigers” in senior positions as well as lowly “flies”.