Amnesty has called for the head of Iran’s judiciary to “intervene and stop” Wednesday’s execution.
It also highlighted Iran as one of the last countries in the world that uses the death penalty against juvenile offenders.
Under Iranian law, murder, rape, sodomy and armed robbery are punishable by death, the Associated Press reports.
United Nations human rights experts said in April that there were 90 people imprisoned in Iran who were under the age of 18 when they committed crimes they were subsequently given the death sentence for.
Bohlouli was transferred to solitary confinement in Raja’i Shahr Prison in Karaj, near Tehran, on Monday morning and his family have been told to go to the prison for their final visit, Amnesty said.
Eoghan Macgurie is a freelance journalist contributing to NBC News from London.