Members of the former Muslim charity known as the Holy Land Foundation have been sentenced to prison.
Two of the group's leaders were each sentenced to 65 years and four of the defendants were fined $12.4 million.
The group was convicted on 108 charges, including money laundering, tax fraud and providing financial support to the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas.
The Texas-based Holy Land Foundation was once the nation's largest Muslim charity.
The leaders say they will appeal the judgment.