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.
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.