You're drawing what you think is there, and not measuring, and you don't have a firm grasp of perspective because the nose is completely on a different plane than the rest of the face.
1. Use larger reference. That image is too small to really see what's going on.
2. Learn to measure.
3. Learn to see contour. If you look at the negative space around him, you have the entire contour wrong. You started with a meme line down the center of the face, that's inaccurate and does nothing to help you build the form.
4. Stop using construction when you have reference. Construction is when you don't have reference. You have the form right in from of you. This is learning to draw what you see - and measuring and capturing the form is more about contour and proportions.