(AllHipHop News) After pleading guilty to several federal charges stemming from the theft of over 27,000 credit card numbers, Guerilla Black now knows the maximum amount of time he could be locked behind bars. Black was sentenced to 110 months in prison (a little over 9 years) with an additional five years of supervision after he is released.
Black (born Charles Williamson) was convicted of buying the card numbers from the computer hackers David Schrooten and Christopher Schroebel. Schrooten was sentenced to 12 years earlier this year. Schroebel was sentenced to 7 years in 2012.
The West Coast rapper was facing up to five years in prison for conspiracy and computer fraud charges, 15 years for a device fraud charge, 30 years for a bank fraud charge, and a minimum 2 year sentence for an identity theft charge.