Convicted leader of the One Don Gang, Andre 'Blackman' Bryan is to spend 39 and a half years in prison.
Bryan was handed a sentence of 21 and a half years for being the head of a criminal organisation.
He is to also serve 11 and half years for the double murder of a couple in Fishries, St. Catherine, as well as six and a half years for conspiracy and facilitating the murder of man called 'Outlaw' on November 2017, in Lauriston, St. Catherine.
The sentences are to run consecutively.
Earlier, Tomrick Taylor was sentenced to nine and a half years imprisonment for being part of a criminal organisation.
In handing down the sentence, Chief Justice Bryan Sykes noted that Taylor took responsibility for the role he played in the gang.
Justice Sykes rejected the idea that Taylor was remorseful, stating that he had enough time during the trial which spanned over two years to take responsibility for his actions.
The sentencing of the 15 convicted members of the One Don Gang is taking place in the Home Circuit Court.