BOSTON (AP) A Boston space chief of the violent Central American road gang MS-thirteen has been sentenced to 10 years in jail for a racketeering conspiracy involving assault, drug and firearms fees.
Federal prosecutors stated Thursday that 33-yr-previous Santos Portillo Andrade acknowledged assaulting an individual he thought was a member of a rival gang in Malden in 2008, and pleaded responsible to conspiracy to distribute heroin and cocaine. Andrade, a local of El Salvador dwelling in Revere, was additionally sentenced to 4 years of probation and faces potential deportation upon completion of his sentence.
The U.S. lawyer’s workplace says Andrade was the chief of MS-thirteen’s East Boston Loco Salvatrucha clique.
He was one in every of greater than 60 members of the gang indicted final yr and is the nineteenth to be sentenced.