Jimmy Henchman

Former hip-hop mogul Jimmy Henchman has been sentenced to a second life term in prison, reports the New York Post.

He was handed down the sentence by a New York City federal judge on Tuesday (March 24) for his involvement in the 2009 murder of G-Unit affiliate Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher.

Henchman (real name: Jimmy Rosemond) was charged with ordering the murder of Fletcher in 2012. A hung jury would delay his fate, but was ultimately found guilty during a December 2014 trial.

He allegedly targeted the G-Unit affiliate after he slapped Henchman’s young son. Tony Yayo was initially charged in the case, but the charges were dismissed.

Prosecutors determined that Jimmy paid Brian “Slim” McCleod for the hit in $30,000 worth of cocaine.

Authorities say Henchman organized at least three botched drive-by shootings aimed at G-Unit associates following his son’s assault.

Henchman received his first life sentence for drug trafficking charges in 2013.