Tulsa, Okla. - The man who prosecutors say initiated a five-person plot to kill Tulsa businessman Neal Sweeney is the final one to be sentenced.
60-year-old Mohammed Aziz was sentenced today to 32-and-a-half years in prison and 2-and-a-half years probation.
Aziz had pleaded guilty to solicitation of first-degree murder.
Prosecutors said Sweeney and Aziz had a business dispute.
They say Sweeney stopped supplying fuel to Aziz's convenience store because Aziz had failed to pay his bill.
The triggerman Terrico Bethel, along with two other men in the murder-plot, Fred Shields and Alonzo Johnson, have all been convicted and sentenced.
Allen Shields, another man who prosecutors say was involved in the plot, committed suicide before he went to trial.
He was Fred Shields' brother.