A Port Coquitlam man has been sentenced to six years in prison for his role in a murder-for-hire plot.
Jordon Joseph Doiron, 25, was one of two men hired by Surrey's Liza Belcourt to kill her ex-husband. Belcourt was also sentenced on Thursday to six years.
The second man hired, David Dean Laidlaw of Langley, will be sentenced Friday.
The trio were charged in the Vancouver Police Department's crackdown on organized crime in early 2010; Doiron was found guilty of conspiracy to commit murder last November in B.C. Provincial Court in Vancouver.
He received double-time credit for his time since September 2009, meaning he will only spend another 14 months in prison.
Belcourt plotted to kill her ex-husband over a bitter custody battle for their son.