Tulsa District Judge Tom Gillert formally sentenced Alonzo Johnson to two life sentences Friday morning.
The judge's court clerk says Johnson's sentence will run consecutively.
This is in connection to a jury's verdict in December for the shooting death of 63-year-old Neal Sweeney. Johnson was convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder.
Sweeney was shot in September of 2008 at his marketing business. A short time later he passed away.
Court records show Gillert did receive a letter from a female juror who said she voted with other jurors because they had all come to an unanimous decision. Despite the letter, Gillert decided there was no basis to conduct a hearing regarding the jury.