Nearly four years after the death of Nipsey Hussle during a shooting outside her Los Angeles clothing store,
Holder was sentenced on February 22 to 60 years in prison for Hussle's murder, according to NBC News.
Back in July, Holder was found guilty of first-degree murder for the 2019 murder of 33-year-old Hussle.
Prior to receiving this verdict, Holder was charged with one count of first-degree
murder as well as two counts of attempted first-degree murder for the two other
people who were injured in the shooting.
The jury found him guilty of lesser charges in relation to the surviving victims,
instead landing him on two counts of attempted voluntary manslaughter.