A Colorado man has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for his role in the 2015 deaths of two Oklahoma men in a marijuana smuggling dispute.
The Greeley Tribune reports the sentence handed down for 38-year-old Jack Larkin of Pierce Thursday was the maximum one he could have received under a plea bargain he reached with prosecutors.
He pleaded guilty in August to two counts of second-degree murder in the deaths of 23-year-old Josh Foster of Muskogee and 22-year-old Zachary Moore of Prague.
Larkin's half brother, Samuel Pinney of Muskogee, is serving life without parole for first-degree murder.
Prosecutors said Foster and Pinney had a smuggling arrangement but Foster went behind Pinney's back, using Pinney's Colorado connections, to buy pot.
They say Larkin and Pinney lured Foster to Colorado to seek revenge.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.