Second member of Native Mob sentenced to 24 years in prison

Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, a leader of the Native Mob gang who was sentenced to 43 years, is seen in this wanted poster from 2012.

A second member of the Native Mob gang was sentenced to 24 years in federal prison.

Anthony Francis Cree, 27, was convicted in March 2013 on six counts, including attempted murder, assault and drug charges. His pleaded for leniency and claimed he didn't hurt anyone.

“I didn’t hurt nobody, I didn’t shoot nobody, I didn’t kill nobody," Cree told the judge, The Minneapolis Star Tribune reported.

Cree was convicted along with Wakinyon Wakan McArthur, 36. McArthur, who was called the leader of the gang, received a 43-year sentenced.

A third gang member, William Earl Morris, 37, is due to be sentenced tomorrow, the Tribune reported.

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