I think that if you are fit, have good body comp and no adrenal fatigue, then you're probably fine to continue eating on your current schedule.
However, if you have body fat to lose or hormonal issues to clear up... Then I suggest eating earlier.
From Chapter 15 in the book "Mastering Leptin" by Byron J. Richards with Mary Guignon Richards, the authors say this:
Leptin levels rise at night. They follow a twenty-four hour pattern of natural rhythm of natural balance. They peak in the evening hours and are the highest during the first two hours of sleep. They gradually fall during the night and reach their lowest level around noon; then they begin to rise again. ... When leptin works properly, a high leptin level tells you that you are full; there is no desire to eat. Therefore, it is completely natural not to be hungry after dinner or before bed. There are a variety of reasons for this, one of which is that your body has functions other than digestion to carry out during sleep. ... A person with leptin resistance, too, has higher levels of leptin at night, but the brain is not able to perceive the message.
With this in mind the authors recommend...
Rule 1 - Never eat after dinner. Allow eleven to twelve hours between dinner and breakfast. Never go to bed on a full stomach. Finish eating dinner at least three hours before bed. ... Improperly timed eating can disrupt thyroid hormone, growth hormone, adrenal hormones, sex hormones, and melatonin, and it throws the body out of rhythm...
Sleep is a prime metabolic time. It is when individuals can access the stores of fat that they wish to lose. This works well when no food has been consumed for eleven to twelve hours and the quality of sleep is good. ... During the night, your body gradually begins to burn a higher portion of fat for fuel. Nine hours after dinner it is quite likely that the readily available fats have been used, and your body will dip into the fat savings account. Therefore, nine to twelve hours after dinner are prime fat-burning hours, in terms of accessing the fat stores in the buttocks, thighs and stomach. If anything is eaten before bed, this prime fat-burning time is shut off! This principle is not going to change; it is a fact of biochemistry.
This all depends on your own needs and your own schedule. Judge your fitness, health, and schedule accordingly and tweak your mealtimes as needed!
P.S. This rule worked for me.