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Hitman for the Kingsmen motorcycle club will stay in prison for the rest of his life.

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Andre L. Jenkins, the hitman for the Kingsmen motorcycle club who killed two men execution-style in North Tonawanda seven years ago, will stay in prison for the rest of his life.

A five-judge panel of the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court in Rochester ruled unanimously Thursday that the sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole was “not unduly harsh or severe.”

Andre L. Jenkins, the hitman for the Kingsmen motorcycle club who killed two men execution-style in North Tonawanda seven years ago, will stay in prison for the rest of his life.

A five-judge panel of the Appellate Division of State Supreme Court in Rochester ruled unanimously Thursday that the sentence of life in prison with no chance of parole was “not unduly harsh or severe.”

The court rejected claims of prosecutorial misconduct during jury selection, ineffective defense representation at the trial, withholding of evidence and failure to make a record of attorneys’ conferences with the judge at the bench during the trial.

The murders led to a full-dress federal investigation of the Kingsmen as an organized crime enterprise.

In a three-month trial in U.S. District Court in 2018, David Pirk, now 70, the national president of the Kingsmen, was convicted of ordering the killings.

Pirk and Jenkins, who was convicted again in the federal trial, received three consecutive life sentences in federal court.

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