Stephanie Cole-Christie the lone female convicted in the One Don Gang Trial was sentenced to 9 years and 10 months.
She was found guilty of being part of a criminal organisation.
In handing down the sentence, Chief Justice Sykes said the court took into account the fact that she has a teenage daughter and that she herself did not commit any act of violence.
He said the court also took into account the years she spent in custody.
The sentencing began yesterday with convicted leader Andre ‘Blackman’ Bryan receiving 39 and a half years for being the leader of a criminal organization.
He was also charged with six counts of facilitating the commission of a serious offence by a criminal organisation.